For a few months now I've been trying to have a random slideshow of images. I used to do this either with
, which for completely different reasons I can't use now, or
, which, even when I compiled it by hand, I can't find the way to give it the root dir of the images. So, based on OMIT, I developed my own.
The differences with OMIT are minimal. It has to scan the whole tree for finding the appropriate files (its definition of "appropriate" could be improved, it's true); it goes into full screen mode with black background; and it (more) properly handles EXIF rotation. All that in 176 LOCs, including proper licensing (GPLv3), and developed in one day and refined the next one.
So, there you are. Like OMIT, it's in
, but this time in Python3 (that's why I used
instead). Its TODO
includes porting it to
and a few other things. You can grab it here
. I plan to do a proper release soon, but for the moment just drop it in your
and be happy with it.