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a daemon monitoring a directory and automatically resizing all images dropped into it
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resizR is a daemon written in python, which monitors the directory $HOME/resizR and automatically resizes all images copied into that directory to multiple sizes. It is based on pyinotify  and PIL . The first time you start it (resizR.py), it will create a directory structure like this: $ tree resizR/ $HOME/resizR/ |-- 1024x768 |-- 1280x1024 |-- 1600x1200 `-- 800x600 As soon as you copy a new image into the resizR directory it will create a resized image for all listed formats. $ cp foo.png ~/resizR $ tree resizR/ resizR/ |-- 1024x768 | `-- foo.png |-- 1280x1024 | `-- foo.png |-- 1600x1200 | `-- foo.png |-- 800x600 | `-- foo.png `-- foo.png It will also create a directory in your $HOME called .resizR with a file called resizRconfig.py in it. In that file you can adjust the directory and the sizes that resizR will use. Author: André Kelpe <efeshundertelf at googlemail dot com> License: GPLv3  --  http://trac.dbzteam.org/pyinotify  http://www.pythonware.com/products/pil/  http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0.html