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Backup mirror of primary GitHub repository. 🖼️ 👋 A simple program to share a directory of pictures recursively. Inspired by netham91/Quick-Share. https://gitlab.com/sbrl/GalleryShare
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:frame_with_picture: 👋 GalleryShare

A simple program to share a directory of pictures and / or recursively. Inspired by netham91/Quick-Share.

📦 Getting Started

To get started, head over to the releases page and download the latest release.

A solution for on GitLab are a work in progress, as there isn't currently a way to upload binaries. (Git LFS is one such solution under investigation). For now, download from the GitHub release.

If you're on Linux or Mac, you'll need to install the mono runtime. Debian users can simply execute sudo apt install mono-runtime - users of other distributions can just substitute apt for their own package manager 😺

If you're on Windows, you're already got everything installed that you need, though it should be noted that due to a ridiculous quirk in the way System.Net.HttpListener works, you'll need to run GalleryShare as an administrator! If you use the mono runtime (Yes, it is available for Windows too!), you shouldn't experience this problem though.

Once you've got yourself setup, simply execute GalleryShare.exe, and it'll start the GalleryShare server. Type ./GalleryShare.exe --help to learn more about the different options provided, such as a way to change the port GalleryShare listens on, or the directory GalleryShare serves from.

Stay up to date!

If you like GalleryShare and want to keep it, add the folder GalleryShare resides in to your system's PATH, or create a batch / bash file that calls it for you. TO kepe up-to-date on GalleryShare releases, I find Sibbell useful for sending me notifications about new releases from my GitHub stars.