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|comicbooktools 1.0.0||Custom (specified...||7||HTML, Graphics, PHP 7|
This package can display images from comic books in HTML pages.
Package: ComicBookTools Author: Abu Khadeejah Karl Holz <binholz|a|hotmail|d|com> Licence: LICENCE
I'm Abu Khadeejah Karl Holz, I'm a StageHand by trade and coding is my hobby. I have diploma for Computer Systems Technologies from Seneca College in Toronto, this is where I learned the basics of UNIX, Linux, Shell Scripting, Perl, PHP, Windows, etc. I'm a father, so i have been busy taking care of my girl and not spending a lot of time coding php on my off time.
this is a quick little tool to let you view your cbr files off of a webserver using PHP, like the built-in server. This project uses the rar pecl extention and it will need to be built by the user. Not all file versons are read by the pecl plugin, I have added a setup.php file that will create an ini file with all your cbz/cbr files, this is used for the front page page so you can select your comic from what was found. i have tried added conversion to png support, not all images seem to be viewable so far. the links that are generated are base64 encoded as a query string. you will need to increase the php memory usage for this class in your php.ini
My class will deal with both rar and zip based comic books, class will test for rar first, then zip for all requests. 7-zip (cb7) is not supported, i didn't see a pecl extention or anything in the documentation about 7-zip. You can create a zip file arcive of selected images, like in MacOS Finder, then rename the extention to cbz.
<zipfile>.[zip|rar|cbr|cbz] |_ File01.png |_ File02.jpg |_ File03.png
As you can see from above, this class can be used for more than just comics, take a look at the samples i made in the comic folder (check my github)
you will need this pecl extention installed on your system. i built it from source using the link bellow:
$ cd <src dir> $ ./configure $ make $ make test $ make install
I used the system version of PHP 7 in MacOS High Sieara and not MAMP (failed to build for me).
Enable pecl extention in the /etc/php.ini
you should add the code bellow to your php.ini file, if my scripts setting doesn't work. Most images in cbr/cbz files are high resolution.
memory_limit = 2048M
for this project, i'm just using the built in webserver for PHP since this is just a personal reader for comics that you can setup on a raspberry pi, pine64 or other SBC. take a look at the index.php and edit the $dir variable for your comic book directory.
$ cd <comic srv> $ php -S localhost:8888 index.php or $ php -S <ip address|hostname>:8888 index.php
If you like any of the work I have done in the past, I'm welcome to any support you would like to provide via PayPal or EMT. I would like to focus on the projects with the most downloads, like the Excel2JSON, eKitab (code clean-up?), WebMap (upgrade) or others listed on PHP Classes website. My current computer is an MacMini 2010. I would like to get a new laptop (Mac perferablly). E-mail or make an issue on GitHub if you would like to ask questions or provide help. I like to keep things open source so we can have these tools availale and educational.
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