0xGA: Check-in [913bab0bcb]

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Overview
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User & Date: milouse 2014-12-25 01:03:31
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2014-12-25
01:19
Update narv to allow relative path for workingrep check-in: f220741eb3 user: milouse tags: narv
01:03
Update readme check-in: 913bab0bcb user: milouse tags: narv
01:02
Big simplification of 0xGA deployment (no more chroot --> use containers like LXC \!) check-in: f1d02a401c user: milouse tags: narv
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Changes to README.md.

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put in the new folder `narvroot` in the current directory. You can move
it to where you want, rename it, etc. We assume in the following lines
that, after having chosen a destination for it, you've done a `cd destination/narvroot`

Create a first app
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By entering the command `./usr/bin/narv create <appname>` where appname
will be use to create necessary files and folders.

The previous command create a stub app in ./usr/bin/<appname>.py you may
want to hack.


Use it
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Enter the command `./usr/bin/narv start <appname>`

That's all.

Note for myself or other people using the [Hiawatha Webserver](https://www.hiawatha-webserver.org/),
here is an example of reverse proxy config to access your narv
application without abandonning all your other applications.








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put in the new folder `narvroot` in the current directory. You can move
it to where you want, rename it, etc. We assume in the following lines
that, after having chosen a destination for it, you've done a `cd destination/narvroot`

Create a first app
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By entering the command `./bin/narv create <appname>` where appname
will be use to create necessary files and folders.

The previous command create a stub app in ./bin/<appname>.py you may
want to hack.


Use it
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Enter the command `./bin/narv start <appname>`

That's all.

Note for myself or other people using the [Hiawatha Webserver](https://www.hiawatha-webserver.org/),
here is an example of reverse proxy config to access your narv
application without abandonning all your other applications.