I have time now to develop some projects I left unattended this last three weeks, one of them was the web gallery generator I talked about before.
Today I have implemented some goodies and now the generator output is easier to configure. We have new options from the command line and the source of the gallery shouldn’t be the same directory as the destiny. I’ve also added a simple server to check everything is fine during development and to debug custom templates if someone does it. There’s also the possibility to reload the gallery, this wasn’t possible before.
If you want to use it and change the template of the gallery, you could build your own using jinja syntax,
adding it to the templates directory, and finally selecting it from the command line with the
This is the help from the command line:
usage: generator.py [-h] [--template-gallery TEMPLATE_GALLERY] [--template-menu TEMPLATE_MENU] [--src SRC] [--dst DST] [--server] [--port PORT] [--reload] Static Gallery Generator Options. optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit --template-gallery TEMPLATE_GALLERY Choose the name of the template for the gallery --template-menu TEMPLATE_MENU Choose the template for the menu --src SRC Source directory for the gallery --dst DST Destiny where the web gallery will be generated --server Executes a server --port PORT Choose the port for the server, by default 8000 --reload Reload all galleries, even if they exist in the destiny