Quick (& Dirty) Start
How to run your own instance of Spano.
git clone https://github.com/martymcguire/spano.git cd spano
Create and activate a virtualenv:
virtualenv --python=/usr/bin/python3 venv source venv/bin/activate
conda create -n spano python=3.5 source activate spano
Install required Python libraries
pip install -r requirements.txt
Copy spano.cfg.template to spano.cfg and edit it to check the
Run the dev server
You can test out the server with
curl, but you'll need a valid
IndieAuth token to authenticate. One way to get one is to log in
with Quill and visit the
Quill settings page, where you
can copy the access token.
To perform a test upload with
curl -D - -F "email@example.com" \ -H"Authorization: Bearer xxxx..." \ localhost:5000/
You should see output like:
HTTP/1.1 100 Continue HTTP/1.0 201 CREATED Content-Type: text/html; charset=utf-8 Content-Length: 108 Location: http://localhost:5000/cc/a5/97/7c/20049317385a31319590e39c8693638bb368767a76faf0735b6dd2cb.jpg Server: Werkzeug/0.11.4 Python/2.7.11 Date: Thu, 26 Jan 2017 02:40:05 GMT File created: http://localhost:5000/cc/a5/97/7c/20049317385a31319590e39c8693638bb368767a76faf0735b6dd2cb.jpg
Spano needs a webserver like Apache or nginx for serving the actual file content, and to act as a proxy for virtualhost support, HTTPS, etc.
These instructions are generic but hopefully a good starting place:
When the package is installed in global Python path, one can make uWSGI serve it using an expression
/etc/spano.cfg is an absolute path to Spano config. You can use --mount to mount the app somewhere.
Jessie Spano was the most organized character on Saved by the Bell and the only one I would trust to keep my files in order.