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Communicator-Web_enabled version

The Gellish Communicator project develops a reference application (the Gellish Communicator App) that supports the use any of the Formal Languages of the Gellish family of formalized natural languages, such as Formal English and Formal Dutch (Formeel Nederlands). This web_enabled version aims to develop a version of the Gellish Communicator App that can be used stand-alone as well as via the web. This is realized by using REMI GUI library (https://github.com/dddomodossola/remi) instead of Tkinter for its GUI. Remi GUI gets rendered in ordinary browsers, such as Safari, Chrome or Edge. This allows to access the interface locally as well as remotely. For the time being this web_enabled project uses its own repository.

Getting started

make install
python main.py

Tests

Run make test.

This will:

  • Check the project for coding style and superfluous imports. It uses flake8, which you can configure in setup.cfg.
  • Run unit tests, of which there currently is only one.

Deployment

Local

The application can be run locally by downloading and installing Python3 and REMI and starting the main program.

Heroku

The project is Heroku-enabled.

Short Remi-specific-instructions source:

  • Download Heroku console Heroku setup
  • Run heroku login
  • Open the Heroku dashboard
  • Create a new App named gellish<X>, where X can be anything (but gellish is taken)
  • In your copy of this repository, add the Heroku remote: https://git.heroku.com/gellish<X>.git
  • Run git push heroku master
  • Run heroku ps:scale web=1
  • Run heroku open

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A web version of the Gellish Communicator App using Remi GUI.

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