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Author: Agastya Chandrakant <>
Date:   Tue, 31 Aug 2021 16:55:41 +0000

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See LICENSE file for what +you can do with this. + +Usage +===== + +Depending on if you have BSD sed or GNU sed, checkout `prod-bsd' or +`prod-gnu' branch for using. Move `sgg' to your bin/ directory. + +$ sgg src consts + +src/ directory contains all the media -- the script respects `.mp4' and +`.jpg' files only (*case sensitive*). If there are other extensions to +be supported, modifying the source code should suffice. + +consts/ directory has `_header.html', `_footer.html', `style.css' and +`favicon.png' which you should probably add, to make the gallery +presentable. A sample version of the files is provided along with the +source code in the consts/ directory. + +An RSS feed is generated along with the website. `_rss-header.xml' and +`_rss-footer.xml' in the consts/ directory contain the code to generate +it. + +Changes +======= + +While the script can work as-is, if you want to use the default files, +certain things need to be edited. + +Consider running the following command: + +$ grep -R "___.*___" . --exclude-dir=src --exclude=README.asc + +The output of the command are the things that should be edited to +customise the gallery for your needs. + +Caveat +====== + +The media is added in a reverse alphabetical order, so hierarchy like +this would be handy: + +src/2021/08/23/01.jpg +src/2021/08/23/02.mp4 + +That is year 2021, month 08, date 23, and a chronological indexing. + +This assumption is used by the RSS feed generator. + + +Source code +=========== + +The git repository of this source code has two branches, BSD and GNU +for BSD sed and GNU sed. + +Please email your patches to <>. The utility of this +script is limited to generation of a gallery and an RSS feed ONLY. + +Donation +======== + +Send donations via Monero to 8AzRVa7yh6k87ZNZd5WRkCJY932N9FM5Z9H9LrRKQPUebuPaKr4Y7NJXNg9whyUyCKQ523GMuftoxgxgbqiTmHtxPM4a2Eg diff --git a/consts/_footer.html b/consts/_footer.html @@ -0,0 +1,9 @@ + </div> + <footer> + <div> + &copy; ___COPYRIGHT-STATUS___ + </div> + </footer> + </div> +</body> +</html> diff --git a/consts/_header.html b/consts/_header.html @@ -0,0 +1,42 @@ +<!DOCTYPE html> +<html lang="en"> + <head> + <meta charset="UTF-8" /> + <meta name="generator" content="sgg"> + <title>___WEBSITE-TITLE___</title> + <link rel="stylesheet" href="/style.css" /> + <link rel="icon" href="favicon.png" type="image/png" sizes="16x16"> + </head> + <body> + <div id="main"> + <div id="banner"> + <div id="text"> + <h1 id="title">___WEBSITE-HEADING___</h1> + <div id="subtitle">___WEBSITE=SUBHEADING___</div> + </div> + <div id="avtaar"> + <svg style="height: 100px; width: 100px" viewBox="0 0 200 200"> + <defs> + <pattern + id="squircle" + patternUnits="userSpaceOnUse" + width="200" + height="200" + > + <image + xlink:href="/avtaar.jpg" + x="0" + y="0" + width="200" + height="200" + ></image> + </pattern> + </defs> + <path + d="M100,200c43.8,0,68.2,0,84.1-15.9C200,168.2,200,143.8,200,100s0-68.2-15.9-84.1C168.2,0,143.8,0,100,0S31.8,0,15.9,15.9C0,31.8,0,56.2,0,100s0,68.2,15.9,84.1C31.8,200,56.2,200,100,200z" + fill="url(#squircle)" + ></path> + </svg> + </div> + </div> + <div id="list"> diff --git a/consts/_rss-footer.xml b/consts/_rss-footer.xml @@ -0,0 +1,2 @@ + </channel> +</rss> diff --git a/consts/_rss-header.xml b/consts/_rss-header.xml @@ -0,0 +1,9 @@ +<rss version="2.0"> + <channel> + <title>___RSS-TITLE___</title> + <link>___WEBSITR-LINK___</link> + <description>___WEBSITE_DESCRIPTION___</description> + <copyright></copyright> + <lastBuildDate></lastBuildDate> + <category>gallery</category> + <generator>sgg</generator> diff --git a/consts/avtaar.jpg b/consts/avtaar.jpg Binary files differ. diff --git a/consts/favicon.png b/consts/favicon.png Binary files differ. diff --git a/consts/style.css b/consts/style.css @@ -0,0 +1,124 @@ +* { + margin: 0; + padding: 0; + font-family: -apple-system, BlinkMacSystemFont, "Segoe UI", Roboto, Helvetica, + Arial, sans-serif; + color: rgb(142, 142, 142); +} + +#main { + margin: 0 18vw; +} + +#banner { + padding: 1rem 0.75rem 3rem 0.75rem; + border-bottom: 1px solid #ccc; + margin-bottom: 3rem; + display: flex; +} + +#title { + font-size: 3rem; + color: #000; +} + +#subtitle { + font-style: oblique; +} + +#avtaar { + margin-left: auto; +} + +#list { + display: grid; + grid-template-columns: auto auto auto; + grid-gap: 2vw; + overflow: hidden; +} + +#list li { + list-style: none; + display: flex; + flex-direction: column; + justify-content: center; +} + { + width: 20vw; + height: 20vw; + object-fit: cover; +} + { + filter: brightness(0.6); +} + +li a img::selection { + background: transparent; +} + +footer { + margin-top: 3rem; + padding: 3rem 0.75rem; + border-top: 1px solid #ccc; +} + +.pd-0 { + margin-top: 1em; +} + +@media (max-width: 1000px) { + #main { + margin: 0; + } + #banner { + margin: 0 1em; + border-bottom: none; + text-align: center; + padding-bottom: 0; + } + #avtaar { + display: none; + } + #text { + flex: 1; + } + #list { + display: grid; + grid-template-columns: auto; + grid-gap: 0; + overflow: hidden; + } + #list li { + padding: 6rem 0; + } + .gallery { + width: 100vw; + height: auto; + object-fit: cover; + } + /* .gallery:hover { */ + /* filter: brightness(1); */ + /* } */ + #list li:first-of-type { + padding-top: 3em; + } + #list li a { + pointer-events: none; + } +} +@media (prefers-color-scheme: dark) { + body { + background: #000; + } + #title { + color: #ccc; + } + #banner { + border-bottom-color: #333; + } + footer { + border-top-color: #333; + } +} diff --git a/sgg b/sgg @@ -0,0 +1,78 @@ +#!/bin/sh -e + +# Copyright (c) 2021 acagastya <> +# This software is licensed under GNU AGPLv3. +# See LICENSE file for what you can do with this. + +main() { + test -n "$1" || usage # img dir was passed? + test -n "$2" || usage # consts dir was passed? + + test -d "$1" || no_dir "$1" # $1 is a dir? + test -d "$2" || no_dir "$2" # $2 is a dir? + + src=$1 + consts=$2 + + test -e $src/avtaar.jpg && rm $src/avtaar.jpg # rm avtaar if exists; readd after building index.html + test -e $src/index.html && rm $src/index.html # rm index.html if exists; readd after building index.html + test -e $src/rss.xml && rm $src/rss.xml # rm rss.xml if exists; readd after building index.html + test -e $src/favicon.png && rm $src/favicon.png # rm favicon.png if exists; readd after building index.html + test -e $src/style.css && rm $src/style.css # rm style.css if exists; readd after building index.html + + files=$(find $src -type f | sed "s/${src}//g" | sort -ru) # get all files, rm "src/" are order in reverse + touch index.html + touch rss.xml + cat $consts/_header.html >> index.html + cat $consts/_rss-header.xml >> rss.xml + for i in $files; do + title=$(echo $i | sed "s/\///;s/\..*$//") # for rss + ymd=$(echo $title | cut -c -10) # for rss + formattedDate=$(date -j -f "%Y/%m/%d" $ymd "+%a, %d %b %Y %T %Z%z") # for BSD date + # formattedDate=$(date -d $ymd "+%a, %d %b %Y %T %Z%z") # for GNU date + rssEntry='<item><title>'$title'</title><link>___http://example.com___'$i'</link><description>New photo added on '$formattedDate'.</description><pubDate>'$formattedDate'</pubDate><guid>___http://example.com___'$i'</guid></item>' + echo $rssEntry >> rss.xml + case $i in + *.mp4) # handle video.mp4 + item=' <li><video class="gallery" controls><source src="'$i'"></video></li>' + ;; + *.jpg) # handle img.jpg + item=' <li><a target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer" href="'$i'"><img class="gallery" src="'$i'"/></a></li>' + ;; + *) # ignore the rest + continue + ;; + esac + echo $item >> index.html + done + cat $consts/_footer.html >> index.html + cat $consts/_rss-footer.xml >> rss.xml + year=$(date +"%Y") # for the purpose of copyright + now=$(date "+%a, %d %b %Y %T %Z%z") # for build date + sed -i "" "s/copy;/copy; $year /" index.html # for BSD sed + sed -i "" "s|<copyright></copyright>|<copyright>$year ___RSS-COPYRIGHT___</copyright>|" rss.xml # for BSD sed + sed -i "" "s|<lastBuildDate></lastBuildDate>|<lastBuildDate>$now</lastBuildDate>|" rss.xml # for BSD sed + # sed -i "s|<copyright></copyright>|<copyright>$year ___RSS-COPYRIGHT___</copyright>|" rss.xml # for GNU sed + # sed -i "s/copy;/copy; $year /" index.html # for GNU sed + # sed -i "s|<lastBuildDate></lastBuildDate>|<lastBuildDate>$now</lastBuildDate>|" rss.xml # for GNU sed + + mv index.html $src + mv rss.xml $src/rss.xml + + test -e $consts/style.css && cp $consts/style.css $src/style.css + test -e $consts/avtaar.jpg && cp $consts/avtaar.jpg $src/avtaar.jpg + test -e $consts/favicon.png && cp $consts/favicon.png $src/favicon.png + exit 0 +} + +usage() { + echo "usage: ${0##*/} src consts" >&2 + exit 1 +} + +no_dir() { + echo "${0##*/}: $1: No such directory" >&2 + exit 2 +} + +main "$@"