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OpenWebif

OpenWebif is an open source web interface for Enigma2 based set-top boxes (STBs).

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API Wiki

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Screenshots

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Latest Bandit Report

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Latest JSHint Reports

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Latest Flake8 Report

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License

Licensed under the GNU General Public License, Version 3. See LICENSE for more details.

Latest Package

The most recent package may be downloaded here (ipk package).

Installation

# Remotely logged in via Telnet/SSH to enigma2 device
cd /tmp
init 4                        # graceful enigma2 shutdown
# fetching -- wget '<URL of .ipk file>'
# example:
wget 'https://github.com/E2OpenPlugins/e2openplugin-OpenWebif/blob/gh-pages/enigma2-plugin-extensions-openwebif_1.2.7-e2openpluginsgit20171014_all.ipk'
# installing -- opkg install <.ipk file>
# example:
opkg install ./enigma2-plugin-extensions-openwebif_1.2.7-e2openpluginsgit20171014_all.ipk
init 3                        # start enigma2 again

Development Information

The Changelog is available here.

Dependencies

The following additional packages need to be installed:

python-pprint
python-cheetah
python-json
python-unixadmin
python-misc
python-twisted-web
python-pyopenssl
python-compression
python-ipaddress

(Dependencies should be handled by using ipkg/opkg packages)

Compiling JavaScript Files

The javascipt source files inside of /sourcefiles/js needs to compress via UglifyJS3 on https://skalman.github.io/UglifyJS-online/. You need to increase the version and write down your modification description inside of the source file. The compressed file have the following syntax : xx-.min.js

Compiling CSS Files

The script contrib/inotify_watcher.py is used for compiling CSS files on the developers host using Sass . On linux you need to have installed a package providing inotifywait and a version that actually supports inotify if one wants automatic compiling of CSS files on source directory changes (For debian based distributions this would be inotify-tools).

Mac and Windows do not have inotify support thus the automatic compiling will not work (yet). But if you installed Sass (see http://sass-lang.com/install) and the scss binary/script is in your PATH calling contrib/inotify_watcher.py --force-update should work. Alternatively you may define environment variable SCSS in order to point to the location of the scss binary/script.

Base command is

scss -t compressed --unix-newlines --sourcemap=none "in.scss":"out.css"
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