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2014-12-24
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Narv
====

![Logo: I'm a unicorn too!](/0xGA/logo)

Narv is a python3 tiny application server, which aims is mainly to
host [Org-Mode](http://orgmode.org/) based websites.

It is a complete rewriting of my previous attempt, written in
PHP.

Get involved
------------

The code is released under the terms of the [WTFPL v2](http://sam.zoy.org/wtfpl/). Feel free to submit [new tickets or bug reports](tktnew) or share [proposals](tktnew?type=Feature_Request&severity=Cosmetic).



Install
-------

It is as simple as the following command: `wget http://projects.depar.is/0xGA/doc/tip/narv_install.sh && bash narv_install.sh`

It require the following commands to be present on your system:

- base64
- gzip
- install
- wget

After having run the install script, all the necessary files have been
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
------------------

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
------

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






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Narv
====

![Logo: I'm a unicorn too!](/0xGA/logo)

Narv is a tiny python3 application server, which aims is mainly to serve
[Org-Mode](http://orgmode.org/) based websites.

It is a complete rewriting of my previous attempt, written in PHP.


Get involved
------------

The code is released under the terms of the [WTFPL v2](http://sam.zoy.org/wtfpl/).
Feel free to submit [new tickets or bug reports](tktnew) or share
[proposals](tktnew?type=Feature_Request&severity=Cosmetic).

Install
-------

Just type this command: `wget http://projects.depar.is/0xGA/doc/tip/narv_install.sh && bash narv_install.sh`

You need to have the following programs on your system:

- base64
- gzip
- install
- wget

After having run the install script, all the necessary files have been
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
------------------

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
------

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