gallery [-h] [-V] [-d] [-v] [-t <Gallery title>] [-o <output_dir>] [-p <PAGINATE_NUMBER>] [-c <COLUMNS_NUMBER>] [-l] [-s <THUMBNAILS_MAX_SIZE>] [-S <PICTURES_MAX_SIZE>] [<pictures_dir>] Generates a static HTML gallery of photos based on the JPG files contained in the given directory. Note: If your system has the non-enhanced version of 'getopt' (which is the case by default on BSD systems, including Mac OS), only the short version of the following options are available. -h : Print this help, then exit. -V : Print the software version, then exit. -d : Extended information about the script function. -v : Display a summary of the executed operations. -t : Galery title. Defaults to the name of the inut directory. -o : Name of the ouput direcory, created under the current working directory. Defaults to a path-safe version of the gallery title or to "gallery" if no title is specified. -p : Paginate the gallery index by displaying a maximum of PAGINATE_NUMBER pictures per index page. Defaults to 30 pictures per page. -c : Display COLUMNS_NUMBER columns of pictures in the index file. Defaults to 3 pictures per row. -l : Use a light theme instead of the default dark theme. -s : Set the longest dimension of thumbnails to THUMBNAILS_MAX_SIZE. Default is 200px. -S : Set the longest dimension of pcitures to PICTURES_MAX_SIZE Default is 800px. pictures_dir : The directory containing the JPG files that will be used in the gallery generation. Defaults to the current working directory.
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A bash script to generate a simple static photo gallery
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