More useful and sexier than hush with less files.
– Napoleon Bonaparte
You can actualy install GYF from the source code by cloning this repository:
$ git clone https://github.com/martin-damien/gyf.git
And install it:
$ sudo python3 setup.py install
Once GYF is installed on your system, simply run it from the command line:
Note : To quit the application, type Ctrl+C in your terminal.
GYF can be launched with the following options:
|-d||–database||~/.gyf/db.json||The DB JSON file where to store images and their name.|
|-i||–images||~/.gyf/images||The folder where the files will be uploaded.|
|-p||–port||8080||The port the server will listen on.|
$ gyf -p 4567 -d db.json -i images
- Nicolas Hart: https://github.com/nclsHart
for participating to this project.
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TODO: Figure out how to actually get changelog content.
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