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NAME

       lazygal - static web gallery generator

SYNOPSIS

       lazygal [-h | -v | [options] albumdir]

DESCRIPTION

       This manual page explains the lazygal program. This program is a static
       web gallery generator written in Python.

       lazygal works so: you should have an original store of files - possibly
       containg subdirectories (their names serving as headings if not using
       the album metadata feature). This is the source file hierarchy. It will
       never be modified by lazygal. Then, when launching:

       $ lazygal -o /var/www/MyAlbum /home/user/SourceDir

       lazygal will analyze the contents of the source hierarchy and will
       (re)create the target hierarchy, but with all the bells and whistles
       defined by the templates. Only missing parts or parts that are not up
       to date will be generated.

OPTIONS

       These programs follow the usual GNU command line syntax, with long
       options starting with two dashes (`-'). A summary of options is
       included below. For a complete description, see the -h switch.

       -v --version
           Show program's version number and exit.

       -h --help
           Show summary of options.

       --quiet
           Don't output anything except for errors.

       --debug
           Output everything that lazygal is doing.

       -o DEST_DIR --output-directory=DEST_DIR
           Directory where web pages, slides and thumbs will be written
           (default is current directory).

       -t THEME --theme=THEME
           Theme name (looked up in theme directory) or theme full path.

       --default-style=DEFAULT_STYLE
           Default style to apply to the theme.

       --template-vars=TPL_VARS
           Common variables to load all templates with.

       --clean-destination
           Clean destination directory of files that should not be there
           (default is to print a warning but not to delete).

       --check-all-dirs
           Exhaustively go through all directories regardless of source
           modification time.

       -s IMAGE_SIZE --image-size=IMAGE_SIZE
           Size of images, define as name=xxy, ..., eg.
           small=800x600,medium=1024x768. The special dimensions 0x0 use
           original size. Refer to the IMAGE RESIZE DESCRIPTION section for
           more information on the available syntax.

       -T THUMBNAIL_SIZE --thumbnail-size=THUMBNAIL_SIZE
           Size of thumbnails, eg. 150x113. Refer to the IMAGE RESIZE
           DESCRIPTION section for more information on the available syntax.

       -q QUALITY --quality=QUALITY
           Quality of generated JPEG images (default is 85).

       -O --original
           Include original photos in output.

       --orig-base=RELATIVE_PATH
           Do not copy original photos in output directory, instead link them
           using RELATIVE_PATH as base for those links (discarded without -O).

       --orig-symlink
           Do not copy original photos in output directory, instead create
           symlinks to their original locations. This is useful when you plan
           transferring the whole directory which lazygal generated to some
           other location, perhaps with rsync, and you wish to avoid creating
           an extra copy of each photo.

               Caution
               This option is not available on Windows; if you try to use it
               on that operating system, lazygal will immediately exit with an
               exit status of 1.

       --puburl=PUB_URL
           Publication URL (only useful for feed generation).

       -m --generate-metadata
           Generate metadata description files where they don't exist in the
           source tree instead of generating the web gallery. This disables
           all other options.

       -n THUMBS_PER_PAGE --thumbs-per-page=THUMBS_PER_PAGE
           Maximum number of thumbs per index page. This enables index
           pagination (0 is unlimited).

       --pic-sort-by=ORDER
           Sort order for images in a subgallery, among 'mtime', 'filename',
           or 'exif'. (default is 'exif' which is by EXIF date if EXIF data is
           available, filename otherwise, sorting EXIF-less images before).
           Add ':reverse' to reverse the sort order (e.g.
           --pic-sort-by=mtime:reverse).

       --subgal-sort-by=ORDER
           Sort order for subgalleries, among 'exif' (EXIF date of the latest
           picture in sub-gallery), 'mtime' or 'dirname' (default is
           'dirname'). Add ':reverse' to reverse the sort order (e.g.
           --subgal-sort-by=dirname:reverse).

       --dir-flattening-depth=LEVEL
           Level below witch the directory tree is flattened. Default is no
           flattening ('No').

           This option makes the program include the web gallery index of
           child galleries in their parent's gallery index, if their level is
           greater than the supplied LEVEL. The level of the album root is 0.

           Index pages with multiple galleries (which happens when this
           section is used) show the pictures links in gallery sections.

           The following examples show the produced indexes for a sample album
           (2 sub-galleries, 1 sub-sub-gallery, 1 picture in each one of
           those).

           Example 1. --dir-flattening-depth=No (default)

                             index.html <- sub-gallery links
                             subgal1/index.html <- index with img1
                             subgal1/img1.html
                             subgal1/subsubgal1/index.html <- index with img2
                             subgal1/subsubgal1/img2.html
                             subgal2/index.html <- index with img3
                             subgal2/img3.html

           Example 2. --dir-flattening-depth=0

                             index.html <- contains index for all pics
                             subgal1/img1.html
                             subgal1/subsubgal1/img2.html
                             subgal2/img3.html

           Example 3. --dir-flattening-depth=1

                             index.html <- contains index for all pics
                             subgal1/index.html <- index with img1 and img2
                             subgal1/img1.html
                             subgal1/subsubgal1/img2.html
                             subgal2/index.html <- index with img3
                             subgal2/img3.html

       -z --make-dir-zip
           Make a zip archive of original pictures for each directory.

       --webalbum-pic-bg=WEBALBUMPIC_BG
           Webalbum picture background color. Default is transparent, and
           implies the PNG format. Any other value, e.g. red, white, blue,
           uses JPEG.

THEMES

       A theme maps to a directory that contains the following items:

       theme/browse.thtml
           The XHTML template for the theme browse page (displaying one
           picture).

       theme/dirindex.thtml
           The XHTML template for the directory index page (pictures and
           sub-galleries links).

       Missing template files will be searched for in the default theme.

       This must be valid XML. See
       http://genshi.edgewall.org/wiki/Documentation/xml-templates.html for
       syntax. Dependencies for statically included templates (i.e. with
       filenames not computed from variables) are automatically computed: when
       an included template is modified, the software will automatically
       figure out which pages to re-generate.

       Each file which name starts with SHARED_ is copied to the web album
       destination under the directory shared and is aimed at being a shared
       resource accross your web album (CSS stylesheet, button, etc.).

       Each file which extension starts with t is processed through the Genshi
       text template engine before being copied. See
       http://genshi.edgewall.org/wiki/Documentation/text-templates.html for
       syntax.

       Please refer to the examples supplied in /usr/share/lazygal/themes

ALBUM METADATA

       If a directory from the source album contains a file named
       album_description, it is processed as a source of album metadata. The
       format is borrowed from another album generating tool - Matew. Each
       line is treated as one possible tag, unknown lines are simply ignored.
       Example content of this file follows:

       Example 4. album_description

           Album name "My album"
           Album description "Description, which can be very long."
           Album image identifier relative/path/to/image.jpg

       Otherwise, the user can provide metadata in the following files.

       SOURCE_DIR/album-name
           The title to use for this album directory.

       SOURCE_DIR/album-description
           The description for this album directory. HTML tags are used
           verbatim from this file.

       SOURCE_DIR/album-picture
           The image to use at the top of the album picture stack.

       SOURCE_DIR/PICTURE_FILENAME.comment
           The description to use for this particular image. Please note that
           HTML tags are taken as provided in this file for output in the
           templates.

FILES

       ~/.lazygal
           User configuration directory.

       ~/.lazygal/themes
           User themes directory.

CONFIGURATION FILES

       Multiple configuration files are processed by lazygal. The
       configuration is initially set up with the defaults. The defaults can
       be found in the lazygal source distribution in lazygal/defaults.conf.

       Then, the configuration files are processed in the following order,
       each newly defined value overloading formerly defined values.

       Finally, any command-line-provided parameter takes precedence on any
       configuration file value.

       ~/.lazygal/config
           User configuration file. See lazygal.conf(5) for format.

       SOURCE_DIR/.lazygal
           Album root configuration file. See lazygal.conf(5) for format.

       SOURCE_DIR/gal/.lazygal
           Web gallery configuration file. Only the webgal and template-vars
           sections are red in these files. The configuration applies to the
           gallery representing the directory of the configuration file, and
           all of its sub-directories, unless another configuration file in a
           sub-directory overloads some of the defined configuration values.
           See lazygal.conf(5) for format.

SIZE DESCRIPTION

       The size string follows the same syntax as ImageMagick's.

       scale%
           Height and width both scaled by specified percentage.

       xscale%yscale%
           Height and width individually scaled by specified percentages.

       width
           Width given, height automatically selected to preserve aspect
           ratio.

       xheight
           Height given, width automatically selected to preserve aspect
           ratio.

       widthxheight
           Maximum values of height and width given, aspect ratio preserved.

       widthxheight^
           Minimum values of width and height given, aspect ratio preserved.

       widthxheight!
           Width and height emphatically given, original aspect ratio ignored.

       widthxheight>
           Change as per the supplied dimensions but only if an image
           dimension exceeds a specified dimension.

       widthxheight<
           Change dimensions only if both image dimensions exceed specified
           dimensions.

       pixels@
           Resize image to have specified area in pixels. Aspect ratio is
           preserved.

SEE ALSO

       lazygal.conf(5).

       More information is available on the program website:
       http://sousmonlit.dyndns.org/~niol/playa/oss/projects/lazygal.

AUTHOR

       This manual page was written for the Debian system (but may be used by
       others). Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this
       document under the terms of the GNU General Public License, Version 2
       any later version published by the Free Software Foundation.

       On Debian systems, the complete text of the GNU General Public License
       can be found in /usr/share/common-licenses/GPL.

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