SMlocl

10 Feb 2008; last modified 08 Oct 2010

This is the permanent status page for SMlocl. SMlocl is a SmugMug local backup tool and XSLT API. The first alpha version is now available.

SMlocl is an XSLT API for SmugMug and a set of scripts for creating a local backup of your SmugMug galleries. It is a command-line application. This version of SMlocl includes only the XSLT API and a couple of examples stylesheets that use it. Future versions will more closely resemble Flocl, its conceptual twin for Flickr.

The current release is 0.0.2 from 22 Feb 2008. This is a very alpha release; it is implemented in XSLT 2.0 and should run on any platform that supports XSLT 2.0 or later and has a command-line. You can get “smlocl” from the Sourceforge download page for the project or read the homepage. It is available under the terms of either the GNU General Public License Version 2.

Previous releases:

  • 0.0.1, from 10 Feb 2008 was the initial alpha release.

SMlocl is maintained by Norman Walsh. Please report any bugs that you encounter.

If you'd like to build the project yourself, you can browse the the Subersion repository or access it directly from https://smlocl.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/smloc.

SMlocl was first announced on 10 Feb 2008.

Comments

I tried the example (wasn't sure how):

gestalt summary.xsl summary.xsl

At line 24 in file:///home/colin/smlocl-0.0.1/api/smugmug.api121.xsl: Fatal error: http://www.w3.org/2005/xqt-errors#XTSE0630: Duplicate global variable declaration (see line 17 of file:///home/colin/smlocl-0.0.1/examples/summary.xsl) At line 22 in file:///home/colin/smlocl-0.0.1/api/smugmug.api121.xsl: Fatal error: http://www.w3.org/2005/xqt-errors#XTSE0630: Duplicate global variable declaration (see line 16 of file:///home/colin/smlocl-0.0.1/examples/summary.xsl) At line 20 in file:///home/colin/smlocl-0.0.1/api/smugmug.api121.xsl: Fatal error: http://www.w3.org/2005/xqt-errors#XTSE0630: Duplicate global variable declaration (see line 14 of file:///home/colin/smlocl-0.0.1/examples/summary.xsl) Could not compile stylesheet: There were error compiling the stylesheet

—Posted by colin Adams on 12 Feb 2008 @ 07:49 UTC #

Sorry, Colin. I think 0.0.2 fixes the problem and I added a README to the examples directory (in lieu of writing real documentation, alas).

—Posted by Norman Walsh on 22 Feb 2008 @ 02:48 UTC #