SSNZ is a bunch of shell scripts and programs written in c, which main purpose is generating html indexes of photo collection. It takes a location of a directory with photos and a bunch of customizable options and creates a set of files that make viewing and managing your sets of photos easy. It is based on a simple idea of generating html indexes for all directiores included in a given path. You can add description to each photo, so it won't be hard to keep your memories alive. Future releases will also have map support. So you'll be able to associate a place on a given map with particular photo (or a set of them).Goals top
Main goals of this project are to create useful enviroment for storing photos. At a current stage of develpment it is nowhere near that goal - but it is steadily progressing towards it.Requirements top
Current version of ssnz needs SDL and libpng to compile and work properly.Current features top
Becasue of a simple fact that ssnz is still a very young and project, it only has a limited set of features, which are:
If you have any ideas you'd like to see in ssnz, please write about them to me.TODO top
Here is a link to a generated index. This effect can be achieved with current version of ssnz. Please bear in mind, that currently main development of ssnz is in the area of helper programs. Visual site of this project is not so important for now. On the other hand I'm not a graphic...
Ok, and here is the link.Tutorial top
These are the options of ssnz.sh. It is the main program. Other are used by this script.
Usage: ssnz.sh [-c] [-p] [-r] [-m map_file] [-d desc_file] [-o dir] -D dir -c - convert photos to png -- takes up *lots* of space -r - recursive work -m - supply maps config file -- more info in map_file maker -d - supply description file with diffrent name than the default (photo-desc.xml) -D - a dir to operate on (necessary option) -o - output dir -- default is the one passed with -D
It has a couple options, but you don't have to use all of them. The easiest way to generate an index is to run ssnz with only one option -- dir you want to index.
If there is no description file for those photos only photos will be included in the generated html files. Currently to create a description file you must use a desc-gen.sh script to generate a template file.
The above command will create a file, called photo-desc.xml in directory mop. Edit it with your text editor.
If you don't like jpg file format you can convert all your photos to png. To do so, just add -c option like this:
But be warned that png take much more space than jpg files. It may not be a suitable option for big collection, as they will tend to grow very fast.