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Web-based Adult Content Server

The Current Release is 0.9.1: download it with corresponding PHP5 package available here - released May 26th, 2013
NOW available as: DEB packages (with PHP here) for Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, 12.10, and 13.04; RPM packages (with PHP here) for Fedora 18 + php OR as a source tarball.
The development version is available from Sourceforge via Subversion
svn co svn://svn.code.sf.net/p/wacsip/code/trunk wacs
and the PHP version is at:
svn co svn://svn.code.sf.net/p/wacsip/code/wacs-php wacs-php
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WACS creates a adult web site environment with many best-of-breed features including model catalogs, attribute-based searches, latest additions highlighting, photographer catalogs and automatic downloads. It can be used either to store a personal collection or to build a commercial website. It includes a full user environment, collection management toolset, programming API and a customizable sample website template. The API is available in both perl and php5. It is fundamentally different from other image management systems in that it handles photosets and video clips as single entities rather than individual images. WACS runs on a Linux/Unix server and provides all you need to store, preuse and catalogue a personal collection of adult material or to run a commercial adult (aka porn) web server. It's a LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, Perl/PHP) application, although it also works with other databases and platforms (a Windows version is under consideration). It also includes the ability to automatically monitor and download sets by favourite models from subscription web sites. It consists of over 50,000 lines of perl and uses a choice of industry standard databases such as MySQL or Oracle as the back end.
but there is on our demo site!
WACS is a tool for building adult web sites - either for your personal use to index and store a collection or as the toolkit to build a commercial site.
Latest News
Wacs-PHP 0.9.1 RELEASED!
And now the wacs-php release to go with Wacs 0.9.1 has been released. This version essentially tracks what happened in the main perl Wacs 0.9.1 release with the addition of the new content link APIs (iconlink, contentlink and thumblink), full support for usedirect caching and the like.
In addition, the wacs-devel documentation and icons source package has also been released. Work now commences in earnest for the Wacs 0.9.2 release.
Beaky, June 13th, 2013

Wacs 0.9.1 RELEASED!
Finally after nearly a year in development, Wacs 0.9.1 is now out. This is a significant new release targetted at improving performance, commercial site usability and configuration flexibility. We have a brand new download content caching system, the usedirect icon system is now fully working, and it's now possible to configure wacs to use HTTPS, port 8080 and to work on webhosts that do not support the idea of a cgi-bin directory. For regular home users, there's a new saved search editing app that's definitely worth a look and new tools for download record maintenance for keeping track of your downloads. Our thanks go to Brian for commissioning some of the commercialisation enhancements.

The Wacs-php release for 0.9.1 will follow shortly.
Beaky, May 26th, 2013

Wacs 0.9.1 Feature Freeze
We've made it. Wacs 0.9.1 has now reached feature freeze and we're working on the release candidates. The unexpected extra delay was caused by a decision to upgrade our build systems to Fedora 18 and Ubuntu Precise respectively. Fedora 18 was the most problematic with the change to Apache 2.4 as the web server - still the WACS code is now compatible and we're ready to adapt to use it as it becomes the standard version in other distros too.
Beaky, March 21st, 2013

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WACS is a LAMP stack application which also works with Oracle (LAOP?). Clients can be just about any web browser.

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