This is a CGI script used for displaying collections of digital photos, e.g. these ones.
The latest version is lyle-0.9.tar.gz.
Please see the contained README for installation instructions, even if you are upgrading from a previous version. It is recommended that you clean out your cache directory when upgrading.
You will need:
On Debian you should be able to ask for these as follows:
$ apt-get install libjpeg-progs jhead perlmagick
Announcements of new versions will be sent to sgo-software-announce. You can discuss this software on sgo-software-discuss.
There is a wiki page for the wishlist. This is currently read only however, so use the mailing list above instead.
Lyle no longer discards color profiles embedded in JPEGs. This prevented profile-aware browsers such as Safari from correctly display on non-sRGB displays. Non-profile-aware browsers are still stuffed on non-sRGB displays (or with non-sRGB images, but you didn't want to put those on the web anyway).
Lyle has been updated to work with the PerlMagick from Debian etch.
New @autodirs lets you automatically include directories without having to update configuration file.
Renamed to "Lyle" as there is already a program called "Gallery" with similar functionality. The executable scripts are therefore renamed:
Obviously you don't have to install it under the new name if that's inconvenient.
Renamed some variables for greater consistency:
.gallery.conf has been renamed to .lyle.conf.
You can check out the development version using bzr:
$ bzr clone http://www.greenend.org.uk/rjk/bzr/lyle.dev/ Branched 8 revision(s). $
The bzr changelog is visible at http://www.greenend.org.uk/rjk/bzr/lyle.dev.log.
These URLs are mirrors updated from the real development branch daily.
See patch guidelines if submitting changes.
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