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|Short description=Automatically produces an HTML album of your images
 
|Short description=Automatically produces an HTML album of your images
 
|Full description=PicBook automatically produces a photo album in HTML format of your scanned images or photographs. It come with automatic image processing, slideshow, transition effects and other nifty stuff. It is easy to customise due to a configuration file and HTML-templates. PicBook is a Bourne-Shell script and therefore should run on any UNIX or Linux machine. It needs the standard grep and awk commands, which should be available on most systems. Additionally it needs convert and identify of the package to handle images.
 
|Full description=PicBook automatically produces a photo album in HTML format of your scanned images or photographs. It come with automatic image processing, slideshow, transition effects and other nifty stuff. It is easy to customise due to a configuration file and HTML-templates. PicBook is a Bourne-Shell script and therefore should run on any UNIX or Linux machine. It needs the standard grep and awk commands, which should be available on most systems. Additionally it needs convert and identify of the package to handle images.
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|Homepage URL=https://sourceforge.net/projects/picbook/
 
|User level=none
 
|User level=none
|Status=Live
 
 
|Component programs=conf2pb2.sh,skinsplit.sh
 
|Component programs=conf2pb2.sh,skinsplit.sh
|Homepage URL=http://www.glg.ed.ac.uk/home/Peter.Hanssen/BITSBYTES/PicBook/index.html
 
|VCS checkout command=
 
 
|Computer languages=Shell script
 
|Computer languages=Shell script
|Documentation note=User guide available in HTML format from http://www.glg.ed.ac.uk/home/Peter.Hanssen/BITSBYTES/PicBook/index.html#Instructions
 
|Paid support=
 
|IRC help=
 
|IRC general=
 
|IRC development=
 
 
|Related projects=AutoScrapbook,BINS,MT2_Thumbnailer,Danpei,Gallery,GIMP,ImageMagick,Photoseek,PHPortfolio,Pharch,PhotoGen
 
|Related projects=AutoScrapbook,BINS,MT2_Thumbnailer,Danpei,Gallery,GIMP,ImageMagick,Photoseek,PHPortfolio,Pharch,PhotoGen
 
|Keywords=photo album,images,digital images,pictures,PicBook,image manipulation
 
|Keywords=photo album,images,digital images,pictures,PicBook,image manipulation
|Is GNU=n
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|Version identifier=3.4
|Last review by=Janet Casey
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|Version date=2004/12/10
|Last review date=2002-05-19
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|Version status=stable
|Submitted by=Database conversion
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|Version download=https://sourceforge.net/projects/picbook/files/PicBook/3.4/picbook-3.4.tgz/download
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|Last review by=Dan Munro
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|Last review date=2017/11/02
 
|Submitted date=2011-04-01
 
|Submitted date=2011-04-01
|Version identifier=2.2
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|Is GNU=No
|Version date=2001-05-11
 
|Version status=stable
 
|Version download=http://www.glg.ed.ac.uk/~pete/BITSBYTES/PicBook/PicBook-2.2.tar.gz
 
 
|License verified date=2001-02-28
 
|License verified date=2001-02-28
|Version comment=2.2 stable released on 2001-05-11
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{{Project license
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|License=GPLv2
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|License verified by=Dan Munro
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|License verified date=2017/11/02
 
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{{Person
 
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|Real name=Peter Hanssen
 
|Role=Maintainer
 
|Role=Maintainer
|Real name=Peter Hanssen
 
 
|Email=mail@Peter.Hanssen.name
 
|Email=mail@Peter.Hanssen.name
|Resource URL=
 
 
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|Web-authoring=photo-album
 
|Web-authoring=photo-album
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|Prerequisite description=Imagemagick ('convert' and 'identify')
 
|Prerequisite description=Imagemagick ('convert' and 'identify')
 
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Latest revision as of 17:14, 2 November 2017

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PicBook

https://sourceforge.net/projects/picbook/
Automatically produces an HTML album of your images

PicBook automatically produces a photo album in HTML format of your scanned images or photographs. It come with automatic image processing, slideshow, transition effects and other nifty stuff. It is easy to customise due to a configuration file and HTML-templates. PicBook is a Bourne-Shell script and therefore should run on any UNIX or Linux machine. It needs the standard grep and awk commands, which should be available on most systems. Additionally it needs convert and identify of the package to handle images.

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License

GPLv2

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Dan Munro

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2 November 2017




Leaders and contributors

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Peter Hanssen Maintainer


Resources and communication

AudienceResource typeURI
HelpE-mailmailto:PicBook_2@yahoo.co.uk
Bug Tracking,Developer,SupportE-mailmailto:mail@Peter.Hanssen.name


Software prerequisites

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Required to useImagemagick ('convert' and 'identify')

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