creates static HTML galleries by recursing through a hierarchy of directories containing images.
galleryforge takes the supplied directory and scans all sub directories for image files. Where an image is found, the image is resized to the maximum allowed size and a thumbnail is created. For each of these directories galleryforge creates album pages (displaying thumbnails) and image pages (displaying full sized images).
released on 20 November 2008
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