#333 Where is the source code of Codeberg Pages?

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opened 4 weeks ago by SnowCode · 5 comments
SnowCode commented 4 weeks ago

Hi!
This is a quick question about the source code of codeberg.page. I love the idea (it's like github page, which I used before) but I would like to know if it's open-source as well.

Hi! This is a quick question about the source code of codeberg.page. I love the idea (it's like github page, which I used before) but I would like to know if it's open-source as well.
hw commented 3 weeks ago
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Please see https://codeberg.org/Codeberg/build-deploy-gitea/src/branch/master/var/www/pages
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SnowCode commented 3 weeks ago
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@hw Thanks! But is it really all the source code? It looks very small.

@hw Thanks! But is it really all the source code? It looks very small.
hw commented 3 weeks ago
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That's all :)

Please let us know if there is anything needed to parse the code. It would be kind of cool if somebody would volunteer to port this to golang and integrate it into mainline gitea. There are some site-specific bits, but on the other hand a lot of this should generalize.

As usual, review, contributions and improvements welcome!

That's all :) Please let us know if there is anything needed to parse the code. It would be kind of cool if somebody would volunteer to port this to golang and integrate it into mainline gitea. There are some site-specific bits, but on the other hand a lot of this should generalize. As usual, review, contributions and improvements welcome!
SnowCode commented 3 weeks ago
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Thanks! That's amazing! But why do you want to get it on golang? PHP is nice too!

Thanks! That's amazing! But why do you want to get it on golang? PHP is nice too!
fnetX commented 1 day ago
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@SnowCode I think that people's opinions about PHP differ, but the main reason for using golang with anything related to gitea is that gitea is written in Golang itself and it's probably easier at some point to nicely integrate everything and find collaborators. Especially the pages feature might be useful for others too.

@SnowCode I think that people's opinions about PHP differ, but the main reason for using golang with anything related to gitea is that gitea is written in Golang itself and it's probably easier at some point to nicely integrate everything and find collaborators. Especially the pages feature might be useful for others too.
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