© 2002-2004 by Remko Tronçon

Spit is a graphical picture indexing tool. It can be used to manage pictures, and generate HTML pages for putting your pictures online. It is designed for user-friendliness, portability and extensibility. It allows quick & easy ordering, editing and adding captions for pictures.

The HTML pages are generated using XSL transformations, which makes it extremely easy to create your own templates. On the next pictures, you can see some examples of pages generated with Spit:

Generated with the default template, Speek.
Generated with a slightly modified version
of the Speek template for better integration
with an existing website. (Andrew Wils)

Spit uses Qt, a cross platform library for creating user interfaces. It has been compiled and run succesfully under GNU/Linux (and other Unix systems), MacOS and Microsoft Windows. If you want proof, here it is:

Spit running under KDE3 using Liquid
Bare-bones Spit under FVWM
Spit under MacOS X
Spit under Microsoft Windows 2000

(Note that these screenshots are a bit dated, and should be updated someday)

You can always contact me for bug reports & feature requests.

More information can be found on the SourceForge project page.

Spit is released under the GNU General Public License (with an additional exception for non-commercial Qt versions), which basically means you can download and use it for free. Mind you that Spit is still in an early development stage, and there are still probably too much bugs and too less features in it, but this will hopefully change in the near future.

Latest release

Development version

To get the latest version of Spit, get the CVS version from the SourceForge CVS repository.

Here is the roadmap for Spit:

Of course, this roadmap might change in the future. Feel free to suggest some other nifty features.

Maintained by Remko Tronçon
Last Modified: 10/01/2006
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