Projects / Photopub


Photopub is image publication software designed primarily for easily maintaining a Web site of pictures taken with digital cameras (although it can be used for arbitrary images, it has some features which make it most suitable for them). It runs as a CGI script or under mod_perl, and is fully themable and highly customizable.

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Recent releases

  •  13 Nov 2003 06:20

    Release Notes: A packaging bug was fixed. Albums are now allowed to have titles and default styles.

    •  11 Oct 2003 21:23

      Release Notes: Bugs with included configs and aliased photos were fixed. The slideshow template was cleaned up. A confusing error message ("Possible recursion in templatealias...") was removed.

      •  29 Sep 2003 13:49

        Release Notes: Bugfixes were made for trailing '/' characters, for reading files from directories which are executable but not readable, and subdirectories in <imagedirs>.

        •  09 Sep 2003 13:07

          Release Notes: This is a new "middle" release in terms of the significant changes made. A lot of cleaning up is still to be done, however. Currently, no templates demonstrating the new features are included in the distribution. In addition, significant performance work was done.

          •  09 Sep 2003 13:03

            Release Notes: Distribution range templates now consistently display titles (where they exist). Exif info and comments are now removed from mogrified images to reduce size. A Perl warning was fixed in


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