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NAME

       lazygal.conf - Configuration file for lazygal, a static web gallery
       generator.

DESCRIPTION

       The configuration file is an INI like file which configures lazygal.
       The format looks like this:

           [sectionname]
           variable = value
           othervariable = othervalue

           [othersection]
           foo = bar

       Boolean values can be conveniently set in the following ways:

       o   For True: 1, yes, true, and on.

       o   For False: 0, no, false, and off.

       Please refer to the python ConfigParser documentation[1] for more
       information on the file format.

RUNTIME SECTION

       The runtime defines the runtime parameters.

       quiet
           Boolean. Same as --quiet in lazygal(1) if True. (default is False).

       debug
           Boolean. Same as --debug in lazygal(1) if True (default is False).

       check-all-dirs
           Boolean. Same as --check-all-dirs in lazygal(1) if True. (default
           is False).

GLOBAL SECTION

       The global defines the global parameters. Those parameters apply to all
       the sub-galleries.

       destdir
           Same as --output-directory=DEST_DIR in lazygal(1) (default is
           current directory).

       clean-destination
           Boolean. Same as --clean-destination in lazygal(1) if True.

       dir-flattening-depth
           Same as --dir-flattening-depth=LEVEL in lazygal(1).

       puburl
           Same as --puburl=PUB_URL in lazygal(1).

       theme
           Same as --theme=THEME in lazygal(1).

WEBGAL SECTION

       The webgal defines the parameters for a web-gallery.

       default-style
           Same as --default-style=DEFAULT_STYLE in lazygal(1).

       webalbumpic-bg
           Same as --webalbum-pic-bg=WEBALBUMPIC_BG in lazygal(1).

       webalbumpic-size
           Size of picture mash-up representing galleries, eg. 200x150. Refer
           to the IMAGE RESIZE DESCRIPTION section in lazygal(1) for more
           information on the available syntax.

       image-size
           Same as --image-size=IMAGE_SIZE in lazygal(1).

       thumbnail-size
           Same as --thumbnail-size=THUMBNAIL_SIZE in lazygal(1).

       thumbs-per-page
           Same as --thumbs-per-page=THUMBS_PER_PAGE in lazygal(1).

       sort-medias
           Same as --pic-sort-by=ORDER in lazygal(1).

       sort-subgals
           Same as --subgal-sort-by=ORDER in lazygal(1).

       original
           Boolean. Same as --original in lazygal(1) if True (default is
           False).

       original-baseurl
           Same as --orig-base=RELATIVE_PATH in lazygal(1).

       original-symlink
           Boolean. Same as --orig-symlink in lazygal(1) if True (default is
           False).

       dirzip
           Same as --make-dir-zip in lazygal(1) if True (default is False).

       jpeg-quality
           Same as --quality=QUALITY in lazygal(1).

       jpeg-optimize
           Boolean. Run an extra optimization pass for each generated
           thumbnail if True, the default.

       jpeg-progressive
           Generate progressive JPEG images if True, the default.

       publish-metadata
           Publish image metadata if True, the default: copy original image
           metadata in reduced picture, and include some information in the
           image page.

TEMPLATE-VARS SECTION

       The template-vars defines the custom template variables. The variables
       and their value are listed in this section.

       Example 1. $footer in the default template

       For instance, $footer is a template variable in the default template.
       Its value can be defined with this configuration file:

           [template-vars]
           footer = <p>All pics are copyright 2011 me</p>

SEE ALSO

       lazygal(1).

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.

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright (C) 2011

NOTES

        1.

                       the python ConfigParser documentation

           http://docs.python.org/library/configparser.html