1. 10 May, 2021 1 commit
    • Kevin Morris's avatar
      port over base HTML layout from PHP to FastAPI+Jinja2 · 79cb7632
      Kevin Morris authored
      
      
      + Mounted static files (at web/html) to /static.
      + Added AURWEB_VERSION to aurweb.config (this is used around HTML
        to refer back to aurweb's release on git.archlinux.org), so we
        need it easily accessible in the Python codebase.
      + Implemented basic Jinja2 partials to put together whole aurweb
        pages. This may be missing some things currently and is a WIP
        until this set is ready to be merged.
      + Added config [options] aurwebdir = YOUR_AUR_ROOT; this configuration
        option should specify the root directory of the aurweb project.
        It is used by various parts of the FastAPI codebase to target
        project directories.
      
      Added routes via aurweb.routers.html:
          * POST /language: Set your session language.
          * GET /favicon.ico: Redirect to /static/images/favicon.ico.
              * Some browsers always look for $ROOT/favicon.ico to get an icon
                for the page being loaded, regardless of a specified "shortcut
                icon" given in a <link> directive.
          * GET /: Home page; WIP.
      
      * Updated aurweb.routers.html.language passes query parameters to
        its next redirection.
      
      When calling aurweb.templates.render_template, the context passed should
      be formed via the aurweb.templates.make_context. See
      aurweb.routers.html.index for an example of this.
      Signed-off-by: Kevin Morris's avatarKevin Morris <kevr@0cost.org>
      79cb7632
  2. 20 Feb, 2021 1 commit
    • Kevin Morris's avatar
      add .coveragerc, update .gitignore · 6f395d06
      Kevin Morris authored and Lukas Fleischer's avatar Lukas Fleischer committed
      
      
      Now, .coveragerc enforces a minimum overall 82% coverage, as is
      the current standing. Providing less than 100% coverage for added
      code should reduce the overall coverage and eventually reach 81%
      or below, causing coverage report to fail on execution.
      
      Developers should increase the failure minimum as they increase
      coverage across the uncovered code.
      Signed-off-by: Kevin Morris's avatarKevin Morris <kevr@0cost.org>
      6f395d06