This is a new GitList with web workers, multiple themes (dark/light), sub-modules, uglify-es, webpack, toast, pure Bootstrap 3 and upgraded to PHP7.1 with all components.
Usually, even a small router can use it with 64MB
PHP memory limit.
For the actual released
zip file does not need
NodeJS or anything like that. Only a
PHP 7.1 and
Done, just put on your server, nothing to build:
You might need to tune your web server, to only parse the
public/index.php PHP script, so you can view your
php files in
Before, everything was in the
root of the web server.
Which is not secure.
For now, you can create a folder eg.
/var/www/gitlist.me.com/ and make sure, that you server does not point to
/var/www/gitlist.me.com/, but instead, point to
config.ini file with
url_subdir or later
clone_subdir variable has been changed to the
Babel, we started to upgrade in 2018 on this repo. If you want use an older
Browser (like iPhone 5), you can probably install latest
Chrome and it will work.
JS bundle files and works about
I have disabled loading everything in
twig, besides the
diffs are loading via
web workers, I made it to work huge commits with
See in action:
If you upload a bigger binary file, it is important, that your web server allows to upload bigger files, because I found an error with
Request Entity Too Large
I resolved in the
NGINX web server configuration file
So, this is only for testing. You should limit for some max size, that you want it at maximum, really.
The following versions are not using
Change log ...
Nov 14, 2018
Jun 1, 2018
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:
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:
git clone https://github.com/patrikx3/gitlist.git curl -s http://getcomposer.org/installer | php php composer.phar install # i use Node v10 and NPM v6 sudo npm install -g npm grunt-cli npm install # 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 # 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 # the files will be in the ./build/release folder # and the zip is in the ./build/release/p3x-gitlist-a.b.c.zip file ./scripts/release.sh
Install - here.