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PyClean Image Crop Uploader (pycicu) provides AJAX file upload and image CROP functionalitiesusing Pyramid. It uses Modal from twitter-bootstrap. This is a fork of clean-image-crop-uploader.

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#. TODO: Adjust this README to the new project. Right now it demands a lot of packages, in the future we intend to reduce them to a minimum.

py-clean-image-crop-uploader (pyCICU)
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``pycicu`` is a tool to upload an image via Ajax and crop it using `Jcrop
<https://github.com/tapmodo/Jcrop>`_. It provides a simple workflow: first one, using modal,
(by `twitter bootstrap <http://twitter.github.com/bootstrap/javascript.html#modals>`_) the image can be uploaded and cropped.
Second one, you can see the image cropping preview in the form and finally submit the result.

``pycicu`` is perfect when you have to upload images and it's necessary to have a specific portion of image.
It'll be easy to configure and to use.
You can use different configurations, with fixed aspect ratio or minimal image size.

It works with jQuery = 1.8.3 and twitter bootstrap.

Screenshot:

#. Modal window with upload button:

.. image:: http://asaglimbeni.github.com/clean-image-crop-uploader/images/screenshot1.jpg

#. Modal window with crop area:

.. image:: http://asaglimbeni.github.com/clean-image-crop-uploader/images/screenshot2.jpg

#. Form with preview

.. image:: http://asaglimbeni.github.com/clean-image-crop-uploader/images/screenshot3.jpg

Installation
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#. Install using pip. For example::

pip install pycicu


Dependencies
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* jQuery = 1.8.3
* Twitter-Bootstrap

* Pillow >= 1.5
* deform >= 2.0a2
* colander >= 1.0b1
* pyramid_chameleon >= 0.1
* SQLAlchemy >= 0.8.3

Configuration
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#. Add into url.py ::

(r'^ajax-upload/', include('startproject.cicu.urls'))

#. Create your model-form and set CicuUploaderInput widget to your imageField ::

from cicu.widgets import CicuUploaderInput

class yourCrop(forms.ModelForm):
class Meta:
model = yourModel
cicuOptions = {
'ratioWidth': '600', #fix-width ratio, default 0
'ratioHeight':'400', #fix-height ratio , default 0
'sizeWarning': 'False', #if True the crop selection have to respect minimal ratio size defined above. Default 'False'
}
widgets = {
'image': CicuUploaderInput(options=cicuOptions)
}

#. Download `twitter bootstrap <http://twitter.github.com/bootstrap/>`_ to your static file folder.

#. Add in your form template links to jquery, bootstrap, form.media::

<head>
....
<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.8.3/jquery.min.js"></script>
<link href="{{ STATIC_URL }}css/bootstrap.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css"/>
<script src="{{ STATIC_URL }}js/bootstrap.js"></script>
{{ form.media }}

....
</head>


Run the example
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To run the example inside this package follow these commands::

> cd ./example/
> python manage.py syncdb
> python manage.py migrate # only if you use South!!!
> python manage.py collectstatic
> python manage.py runserver domain:8000

Go to examples :

#. Free crop : <http://domain:8000/cicu-freecrop/>

#. Fixed aspect ratio: <http://domain:8000/cicu-fixedratio/>

#. Fixed aspect ratio with minimal size: <http://domain:8000/cicu-warningsize/>

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