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Photoshrink

Photoshrink is a Python program that creates two flavors of thumbnail images and writes supporting Web pages: a slide show layout for medium thumbs and a thumbnail gallery layout for small thumbs. The package includes command line and Web (mod_python) interfaces.

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  •  04 Apr 2003 09:52

Release Notes: The command line interface now includes an option for more verbose output to help pinpoint problematic images. The image sorting function has also been updated.

  •  17 Mar 2003 03:59

Release Notes: Photoshrink now has a working mod_python interface. Users can upload photos, enter photo descriptions, and generate pages through a Web browser, then download a zip file with the generated pages.

  •  12 Mar 2003 19:43

Release Notes: The option to use a default style sheet was added, and slide and thumbnail page formats were updated to include titles. The bug in the console front end has been fixed.

  •  19 Feb 2003 19:35

Release Notes: The constants file was missing from the source distribution; it is now in there. The slide output XHTML is slightly more useful. A preliminary mod_python interface has been added, but it still needs support for file uploading.

  •  31 Jan 2003 15:36

Release Notes: The code has been reorganized and now includes both cleaner library code and a cleaner front end (command line) tool.

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