🤖 P3X Gitlist - A decorated enhanced elegant, feature rich and modern private git ui repository viewer v2020.10.112
Bugs are evident™ - MATRIX️
P3X Enhanced GitList is a fork of the klaussilveira Gitlist. What is different about is, that it requires/uses the latest PHP version, works with sub-modules. With big git repos/commits, it works with 64Mb memory (some Twig templates are removed and moved to the client and web workers - eg. huge diffs).
You will love it to work it on OpenWrt. Provides multiple themes with dark mode - 11 light and 5 dark. Code editor with syntax highlighting, editable files. All changes in the original fork are synced with the enhanced version. 100% responsive with Bootstrap 3. Latest Fontawesome for icons. The markdown engine uses Emojis with Twitter’s Emojis. Besides, the commits and logs are parsed as Markdown and Emojis.
If you use other, than UTF-8 encoded files, you could get incorrect results, as it does not do converting, it only works with UTF-8.
NGINX gitlist.patrikx3.com configs
This is a complete config that uses NGINX, LETSENCRYPT (using https://acme.sh) and the git-http-backend.
This parse only the
public/index.php file, no other PHP files, so that they are editable in
Decorated P3X GitList as in the live demo.
To make it easier to develop Gitter and GitList, we unified the two code into one.
composer is not enough. We are using
For the build on your workstation (less, Bootstrap themes, and webpack):
Grunt(npm install -g npm grunt-cli)
In order to run GitList on your server, you’ll need:
So, by hand
If you have Composer in your path, things get easier. But you know the drill.
If want to get the project dependencies, and build everything:
# ubuntu # https://github.com/nodesource/distributions/blob/master/README.md#debinstall curl -sL https://deb.nodesource.com/setup_12.x | sudo -E bash - sudo apt-get install -y nodejs git clone https://github.com/patrikx3/gitlist.git curl -s http://getcomposer.org/installer | php php composer.phar install # i use Node latest usually and NPM sudo npm install -g npm grunt-cli npm install # create some simple GIT repos # create a test config.ini ./scripts/init.sh # if you do not want to create a release # just work on it # now the js and css is built on the fly # in the ./public folder npm run watch # you might need the zip program # to create release sudo apt install -y zip # if you have bash and want to create a full release # and strip all unneeded files, # optimize the packagist vendor folder # you might need zip from linux # and the zip is in the ./build/p3x-gitlist-a.b.c.zip file ./scripts/release.sh
Last merge from
May 16, 2020
May 16, 2020
🙏 This is an open-source project. Star this repository, if you like it, or even donate to maintain the servers and the development. Thank you so much!
Possible, this server, rarely, is down, please, hang on for 15-30 minutes and the server will be back up.
Note about versioning: Versions are cut in Major.Minor.Patch schema. Major is always the current year. Minor is either 4 (January - June) or 10 (July - December). Patch is incremental by every build. If there is a breaking change, it should be noted in the readme.
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