Yarrharr is a simple web-based feed reader intended for self-hosting.
This is a personal passion project and learning tool. I’m not looking for collaborators.
Yarrharr isn’t ready for you to use it, and probably won't be any time soon. The 1.0 milestone tracks whether the project is ready for general use.
Yarrharr is a Python application, but also a modern web app, so its dependencies are numerous. The following steps work on Ubuntu 20.04; some modification may be necessary for Debian.
The conventions document describes some idioms used in the codebase.
Get the Source and Dependencies
Grab the build dependencies with:
$ sudo apt install brotli inkscape icoutils git scour optipng \ python3-dev build-essential \ node-less node-source-map
Check out the repository:
$ git checkout https://github.com/twm/yarrharr.git $ cd yarrharr
Running the Django Development Server
Run the Django development server via Tox with:
$ make devserver
The Django dev server is running at http://127.0.0.1:8888/.
If you make changes to the Django models you can generate migrations by running
django-admin under Tox::
$ tox -e run -- django-admin makemigrations $ git add yarrharr/migrations/*.py
If you wish to check feeds for updates:
$ make poll-feeds
By default, polling for feeds will only poll feeds that have been scheduled to be checked. To schedule an immediate check of all feeds:
$ make force-poll
To run the
yarrharr Twisted executable in a development, stop the Django dev server and run:
$ make realserver
Yarrharr is running at http://127.0.0.1:8888/.
- Bump the version number in
- Tag the release:
git tag "v$(python3 setup.py --version)"
make releaseto output a tarball to the
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