Revision 1.21.0 (2021-08-21)
About: Smart images optimization and WebP convertation on the fly with OptiPic CDN.
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Revision 4524.427.5 (2021-07-28)
About: this is just a test
Revision 0.2.0 (2020-05-18)
About: The Batch Custom Derivatives plugin adds a new action to the
photo batch manager labeled "Generate custom image size" which creates
any missing registered custom derivative images. The plugin also
adds two WebService APIs to support the new batch action.
The install also includes a Perl script called piwigo_deriv.pl
that allows the creation of either regular or custom derivative
images directly from the command line (or as a background cron job).
New WebService APIs:
- bcd.getMissingCustomDerivatives (Admin only)
Changes: piwigo_deriv.pl updated to support multiple actions, flexible types parameters, and cleaner output when verbose.
Also, release tagged to be compatible with Piwigo version checking.
Revision v1.0-beta (2019-07-19)
About: Piwigo Remote Sync is an uploader for the Piwigo photo gallery software. This tool is able to upload a whole folder hierarchy. If you run it again, only new folder/photos will be uploaded.
Changes: * The entire UI has been reviewed
* Now using "pwg.images.upload" method instead of deprecated "pwg.images.addSimple"
* Fixed encoding issues with any characters
* Log is now saved in a "hidden" log file, which can be opened by the user.
Revision 0.2.d (2018-06-21)
About: This is a simple modification of Piwigo photo gallery Virtualize plugin by plg. Original Virtualize plugin converts ALL physical albums (located under "galleries" folder) to virtual (under "upload" folder) at once. For galleries with big amount of photos and complicated structure this procedure could be too hard.
This plugin moves all your photos from ONE album with given Id from "galleries" (added with the synchronization process) to "upload" and mark this category as virtual. This will allow to virtualize (in Piwigo terms) your gallery in steps, not at once.
Make sure you have a backup of your "galleries" directory and a dump of your database.
Once category is virtual, you can move it the way you want, which is not possible for physical category. And you can change freely the structure of you gallery created, for example, during automatic conversion from Gallery2 to Piwigo.
Plugin was checked for
Piwigo version: 2.9.3
PHP version: 7.0.27-0+deb9u1
MySQL version: 5.7.21-20
Changes: admin_base_url fix, sorry