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49 Makefile
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+.PHONY: all clean run plugins test
+EXE = my_app.exe
+OPA ?= opa
+OPA_PLUGIN ?= opa-plugin-builder
+MINIMAL_VERSION = 1466 # 0.9.1
+CONF_FILE = opa.conf
+BUILD_DIR ?= _build
+PLUGIN_DIR = plugins
+_ = $(shell mkdir -p $(BUILD_DIR))
+default: $(EXE)
+plugins: plugins/*/*.opa plugins/*/*.js
+ @echo "### Building all plugins... ###"
+ @for plugin in `ls $(PLUGIN_DIR)`; do \
+ echo "--> Building plugin $$plugin"; \
+ $(OPA_PLUGIN) --js-validator-off \
+ --build-dir $(BUILD_DIR) \
+ $(PLUGIN_DIR)/$$plugin/*.js \
+ -o $$plugin.opp; \
+ $(OPA) $(OPA_OPT) \
+ --opx-dir $(BUILD_DIR) \
+ --build-dir $(BUILD_DIR) \
+ $(PLUGIN_DIR)/$$plugin/*.opa \
+ $$plugin.opp; \
+ done;
+$(EXE): plugins resources/* src/*.opa
+ @echo "### Building CSS... ###"
+ recess --compress --compile resources/css/*.less > resources/css/style.css
+ @echo "### Building $(EXE)... ###"
+ @$(OPA) $(OPA_OPT) --minimal-version $(MINIMAL_VERSION) \
+ --conf $(CONF_FILE) --conf-opa-files \
+ --opx-dir $(BUILD_DIR) \
+ --build-dir $(BUILD_DIR) \
+ -o $(EXE)
+run: $(EXE)
+ ./$(EXE) $(RUN_OPT) || true ## prevent ugly make error 130 :) ##
+test: $(EXE) test/*.opa
+ @echo "### Running Tests... ###"
+ rm -Rf *.exe _build _tracks *.log **/#*#
+ rm -Rf $(PLUGIN_DIR)/*/*.exe
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+# What is OpaStart ?
+OpaStart is an MVC template project to kick start your [Opa]( webapp.
+It is designed to respond to the need from small to big projects.
+Inspired by HTML5 Boilerplate, and personal experience in Opa dev :)
+# Reqirements
+- Opa
+- Recess
+# What does OpaStart include by default ?
+- Twitter Boostrap
+- Modernizr
+# How to use OpaStart ?
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+- improve Makefile so it does not recomplie plugins every time
+- test suite
+- include bootstrap plugins ?
+- generate project ?
+- a more advance default style ? HTML ?
29 opa.conf
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+# Opa configuration file
+ src/static/text.opa
+ src/static/config.opa
+ src/tools/utils.opa
+ import stdlib.core.*
+ src/model/db.opa
+ import stdlib.core.*
+ src/controller/control.opa
+ import stdlib.core.*
+ import stdlib.themes.bootstrap
+ src/view/ui.opa
+ import{static,tools,model,controller,view}
+ import myplugin
+ src/main.opa
+ test/test.opa
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+package myplugin
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+ function a() {
+ void
+ }
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+ padding-top: 60px;
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+ <header>
+ </header>
+ <div role="main">
+ {content}
+ </div>
+ <footer>
+ </footer>
+// Page headers
+headers =
+ Xhtml.of_string_unsafe("
+<!--[if lt IE 9]>
+<script src=\"//\"></script>
+<![endif]-->") <+>
+ <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=edge,chrome=1"></meta>
+ <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width,initial-scale=1"></meta>
+ <meta name="description" content="Kick start you Opa project"></meta>
+ <link rel="stylesheet" href="/resources/css/style.css"></link>
+ <link rel="icon" type="image/gif" href="/resources/img/favicon.gif"></link>
+ <script src="/resources/js/modernizr.js"></script>
+// Start page
+function start() {
+ Toto.a();
+ page = build_page(
+ <p>Hello world</p>
+ )
+ Resource.full_page(
+ "OpaStart - Kick start your webapp in Opa",
+ page, headers, {success},
+ []
+ )
+// Parse URL
+url_parser = parser {
+ case (.*): start()
+// Start the server
+Server.start(Server.http, [
+ { resources : @static_resource_directory("resources") }, // include resources directory
+ { register : [{ doctype : {html5} }] }, // register HTML5 doctype
+ { custom : url_parser } // URL parser
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