HTML::KhatGallery - HTML photo album generator.
This describes version 0.03 of HTML::KhatGallery.
# use the khatgallery script khatgallery --plugins HTML::KhatGallery::Plugin::MyPlugin I<directory> # from within a script require HTML::KhatGallery; my @plugins = qw(HTML::KhatGallery:;Core HTML::KhatGallery::Plugin::MyPlugin); HTML::KhatGallery->import(@plugins); HTML::KhatGallery->run(%args);
HTML::KhatGallery generates a HTML photo gallery. It takes a directory of images, and generates the HTML pages and thumbnails needed.
This includes the khatgallery script (to generate the gallery) and the kg_image_info script (to get information about an image).
I decided to write this because, while there are gazillion gallery scripts out there, none of them do quite what I want, and I wanted to take nice features from different scripts and bring them together.
KhatGallery comes from a slight mangling of "Kat's HTML Gallery"; it's so hard to come up with names that haven't already been used.
This loads plugins, modules which subclass HTML::KhatGallery and override its methods and/or make additional methods. The arguments of this method are the module names, in the order in which they should be loaded. The given modules are required and arranged in an "is-a" chain. That is, HTML::KhatGallery subclasses the last plugin given, which subclasses the second-to-last, up to the first plugin given, which is the base class.
This can be called in two different ways. It can be called implicitly with the "use" directive, or it can be called explicitly if one 'requires' HTML::KhatGallery rather then 'use'-ing it.
The advantage of calling this explicitly is that one can set the plugins dynamically, rather than hard-coding them in the calling script.
(idea taken from Module::Starter by Andy Lester and Ricardo Signes)
Test::More POSIX File::Basename File::Spec Cwd File::stat YAML Image::Info Image::Magick
To install this module, run the following commands:
perl Build.PL ./Build ./Build test ./Build install
Or, if you're on a platform (like DOS or Windows) that doesn't like the "./" notation, you can do this:
perl Build.PL perl Build perl Build test perl Build install
In order to install somewhere other than the default, such as in a directory under your home directory, like "/home/fred/perl" go
perl Build.PL --install_base /home/fred/perl
as the first step instead.
This will install the files underneath /home/fred/perl.
You will then need to make sure that you alter the PERL5LIB variable to find the modules, and the PATH variable to find the script.
Therefore you will need to change: your path, to include /home/fred/perl/script (where the script will be)
the PERL5LIB variable to add /home/fred/perl/lib
Please report any bugs or feature requests to the author.
Kathryn Andersen (RUBYKAT) perlkat AT katspace dot org http://www.katspace.org/tools
Copyright (c) 2006 by Kathryn Andersen
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.