cthumb allows you to create Web albums of digital pictures with thumbnails, captions, and several different views of the collection, including (optionally) several languages and resolutions. An album is composed of a series of pages, each composed of a collection of pictures. You can have several annotations per picture, and can customize almost everything in the way the albums look on the screen.
|Tags||Internet Web Indexing/Search multimedia Graphics|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux BSD OS Independent|
Release Notes: This release shortens long titles and descriptions to 50 characters, joins lines that end in "\", adds parse_option loop optimizations, adds an HtmlExtension option for defining the preferred extension, adds a -H option for listing all available variables and where they apply, and fixes an InlineFiles bug, a diff issue for Solaris, some link color issues, and an AutoSlideTime problem.
Release Notes: Code was cleaned. Back arrows were added and positioned correctly. Comments starting with HTML code are now recognized. The doctype was changed so that Mozilla no longer renders small artifacts around tables. Automatic album generation (cthumb -c *.jpg) is now more robust as it generates only the parameters that are really needed, generating them in the right order. Minor bugfixes were added to increase stability.
Release Notes: This release features two new themes (oak, and ithumb), improved docs, Image Magick support, Exif support, improved support for FreeBSD and other Unix platforms, support for long stories for pictures, support for RedHat 7.2, and dates/times display improvements. It is really stable, and more configurable.
Release Notes: Automatic slide presentations have been added. These work on static pages, and are even suitable for CD-rom burning. A new theme, "spotlight", has been added, inlining headers and footers if they exist, instead of server includes. Many bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: Slides for the second+ languages work properly, a fix for URL encoding, removal of examples from the tar file, a new flaps theme, and code cleanups.