My attempt to port the good old jbrout/py2/gtk to python3/guy's web app.
Currently, it's in pre-alpha stage : USE AT YOUR OWN RISK ;-)
The idea : The old jbrout used gtk with python2 (there are a lot of works to port it to python3, with gobject changes). This version use guy, which will make it completly independant of the OS. It will reuse your chrome installation, to run a windowed version of jbrout. The frontend is full html/js/css, using vuejs + vuex. It communicates with the serverside thru a websocket. The serverside use the good olds python apis.
BTW, it will be possible to use cefpython3, to make a standalone version. And it will be possible to run jbrout headless (server mode), and use it thru any browsers (but we will need to handle session/multi-users).
Currently, it uses the simplest way : you will need to have a chrome/chromium installed.
With some little changes : "the path to your jbrout/conf", you should be able to test it against your old conf (except the jbrout.conf). It works !
To run it :
In your env:
$ git clone https://github.com/manatlan/jbrout3.git $ cd jbrout3 $ python3 -m pip install -r requirements.txt $ python3 jbrout.py
In a python3's virtualenv:
$ python3 -m venv FOLDER $ cd FOLDER $ source bin/activate $ git clone https://github.com/manatlan/jbrout3.git $ cd jbrout3 $ python3 -m pip install -r requirements.txt $ python3 jbrout.py
install "jpegtran.exe" (will be embedded in the futur/final executable)
On others OS:
sudo apt-get install exiftran