(Cha)rming (gall)ery in (Py)thon is a static, minimalistic and mostly JS-free web gallery generator. In a way, it serves as an example project for the WOWP framework (see http://pythonic.eu/wowp).
The gallery does not depend on any external JS library and is navigable using standard (whatever reasonable definition of "standard") keyboard shortcuts.
Just run this command in the directory with photos:
Usage: chagall [OPTIONS] Options: -i, --input TEXT (default .) -o, --output TEXT (default ./build) -S, --image-size INTEGER -T, --thumbnail-size INTEGER -v, --verbose
It finds all JPEG images in a current directory, then tries to read metadata about them and produces a gallery in output directory.
Example galleries produced with chagallpy: http://i.vzdusne.cz/
Easiest way is to use "pip" and download the package from PyPI.
pip install chagallpy
Or, you can visit the GitHub page of the project and work with the development version:
Metadata are store in
gallery.yaml. Currently available configuration options:
Available EXIF data are read.
image.jpg, a file
image.yaml is read with the following options:
- date (dd/mm/YYYY)
- author (additional (c) is displayed in the image toolbar)