A nodeshare version for development!
To run nodeshare-edit, simply run "nodeshare" on whatever directory you want to share!
You can set the port with the command line option "nodeshare --port=80"
You can also set the config JSON file with "nodeshare --config=PATHTOJSON"
port: Default port that nodeshare will run if not specified.
filebrowser: Location of the file that will be formatted and sent when a request to a folder is made. If the path is relative, it must be relative to the public folder. Otherwise it must be an absolute path.
theme: Default theme of the editor. Look up "Ace editor themes" for more themes. Add them to "public/ace" if you want to add external themes.
public_token: As nodeshare-edit keeps filepaths identical to the filepath in your system, it needs a special path for resources it needs to function, such as the editor and stylesheets. This can be used to change which path that is. For example, if you have a folder called "test" in your default directory, if you set the public_token to "test", you may get some issues. If test is unspecified in the JSON, it will make a random one for you.
restricted: A list of restricted filetypes. Files ending with these will not be sent.
languages: A hash of filetypes and the associated modes with them. If a filetype ends with one of the lefthand elements, the mode will be set to the righthand element.
Nodeshare-edit contains a simple template system to allow you to customize how the filebrowser looks to suite your taste!
$$(filespace)$$: Everything between the $$'s will be repeated for every file and
folder in the currently selected folder. All other elements will only work inside
##path##: Will be replaced with whatever directory the 'public_token' is. Basically makes stuff in the "public" folder show up.
##filename##: Will be replaced with the filename
##filesize##: Will be replaced with filesize
##file##(html)##file##: Everything in-between the two ##files##'s will only appear
when the current filespace belongs to a file.
##folder##(html)##folder##: Same as above, but for folders.
data-delete: Will request to delete file inside attribute
data-target: Will toggle in the matching data-slide element.
data-slide: Element will slide into view when above is clicked.