A small webserver for personal content.
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shoofle e19a2a3df1 final changes to the circle script phonology 3 months ago
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guitar I don't even know what this was about 5 months ago
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.gitignore .gitignore includes .DS_Store. 7 years ago
.gitmodules HTTPS, please! 7 years ago
README.md removed the old start scripts. running services now, baybee! 5 months ago
auriga.service Added the service and set it up for use as shoofle.net 5 months ago
project_list.html Blueprints. Completely restructured articles section. Y'know, nothin' big. Yawn. 7 years ago
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pure_flask.py Blueprints. Completely restructured articles section. Y'know, nothin' big. Yawn. 7 years ago
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README.md

This is my server! It's not much, but it's mine.

It runs on flask. It's kinda messy! This is one project I'm working on strictly for results - I just want to post stuff as easily as possible, with as little hassle as possible (but avoiding having to use PHP). There might be some slightly-more-complicated stuff in here using blueprints or subapplications, so that I can extend things! It's not done, though.

Poke. Poke.

I made a service file for use with systemd finally! It'll make it so that it'll automatically start when the server starts. That lives in auriga.service. It also has the gunicorn command for starting the server. I've removed the old hacky start script that kept it; if you want to run it locally, you should be able to just run pure_flask.py. If you need to run it manually, just copy and paste it from auriga.service. But don't do that. Just use systemd.