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Awesome Hosts

A simple GUI for manage hosts, written in Go with the astilectron, and Vue, ElementUI, etc.

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Building

Assume that you had installed the Go compilers (if not, click here to get the Go compilers)

Step 1: Install awesome hosts

Run the following commands:

$ go get -u github.com/im050/awesome-hosts

Step 2: Install the bundler

Run the following commands:

go get -u github.com/asticode/go-astilectron-bundler/

don't forget to add $GOPATH/bin to your $PATH.

Step 3: bundle the app for your current environment

Run the following commands:

$ cd $GOPATH/src/github.com/im050/awesome-hosts
$ astilectron-bundler -v

Step 4: test the app

The result is in the output/<your os>-<your arch> folder and is waiting for you to test it!

Step 5: bundle the app for more environments

To bundle the app for more environments, add an environments key to the bundler configuration (bundler.json):

"environments": [
  {"arch": "amd64", "os": "linux"},
  {"arch": "386", "os": "windows"}
]

The installation steps is copied from go-astilectron-demo

Similar projects

Actually, I have to admit that I copied something from <SwitchHosts!>, because it is a mature product and perfect. and, the AwesomeHosts is my first project using Golang, I will improve and perfect it for learning and growing.

Todo List

  • add/edit/delete host ok
  • add/edit/delete group ok
  • allow that add hosts from remote file pending
  • add google hosts from remote as one of the default group pending
  • clear DNS cache pending
  • add a dock menu on Mac to provide some quick operations pending

License

This project is an open-source software licensed under the MIT License.