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The first Git web viewer that Just Works™.

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klaus: a simple, easy-to-set-up Git web viewer that Just Works™.

(If it doesn’t Just Work for you, please file a bug.)

  • Super easy to set up – no configuration required

  • Syntax highlighting

  • Markdown + RestructuredText rendering support

  • Pull + push support (Git Smart HTTP)

  • Code navigation using Exuberant ctags

Demo:

http://klausdemo.lophus.org

Mailing list:

http://groups.google.com/group/klaus-users

On PyPI:

http://pypi.python.org/pypi/klaus/

Wiki:

https://github.com/jonashaag/klaus/wiki

License:

ISC (BSD)

Running with Docker

The easiest way to get started. We maintain a Docker image that has syntax highlighting, Markdown rendering, code navigation, etc. pre-configured:

docker run -v /path/to/your/repos:/repos \
           -p 7777:80 \
           -it jonashaag/klaus:latest \
           klaus --host 0.0.0.0 --port 80 /repos/repo1 /repos/repo2 ...

(Replace /path/to/your/repos with the folder that contains your Git repositories on the Docker host. You can also pass in multiple -v arguments if your repos are in multiple folders on the host.)

Go to http://localhost:7777 on the Docker host et voilà!

The command line above simply runs the klaus script – for usage details, see the “Using the klaus script” section below.

Local setup

pip install klaus

(Optional dependencies: see Markup rendering in the wiki.)

Usage

See also: Klaus wiki

Using the klaus script

NOTE: This is intended for testing/low-traffic local installations only! The klaus script uses wsgiref internally which doesn’t scale at all (in fact it’s single-threaded and non-asynchronous).

To run klaus using the default options:

# With Docker:
docker run ... jonashaag/klaus:latest klaus [repo1 [repo2 ...]]
# Local setup:
klaus [repo1 [repo2 ...]]

For more options, see:

 # With Docker:
docker run ... jonashaag/klaus:latest klaus --help
# Local setup:
klaus --help

Using a real server

The klaus module contains a make_app function which returns a WSGI app.

An example WSGI helper script is provided with klaus (see klaus/contrib/wsgi.py), configuration being read from environment variables. Use it like this (uWSGI example):

uwsgi -w klaus.contrib.wsgi \
      --env KLAUS_SITE_NAME="Klaus Demo" \
      --env KLAUS_REPOS="/path/to/repo1 /path/to/repo2 ..." \
      ...

Gunicorn example:

gunicorn --env KLAUS_SITE_NAME="Klaus Demo" \
         --env KLAUS_REPOS="/path/to/repo1 /path/to/repo2 ..." \
         klaus.contrib.wsgi

The Docker image also has uwsgi preinstalled:

docker run ... jonashaag/klaus:latest uwsgi ...

See also deployment section in the wiki.

Contributing

Please do it!

I’m equally happy with bug reports/feature ideas and code contributions. If you have any questions/issues, I’m happy to help!

For starters, here are a few ideas what to work on. :-)

img1 img2 img3

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