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What is guweb?
guweb is the front-facing appearance of the osu! server protocol, gulag! Using native async/await syntax written on top of Quart and cmyui's multipurpose library, guweb achieves flexability, cleanliness, and efficiency not seen in other frontend implementations - all while maintaining the simplicity of Python.
- Some know-how with Linux (tested on Ubuntu 18.04), Python, and general-programming knowledge.
Setup is relatively simple - these commands should set you right up.
- Ubuntu 20.04 is known to have issues with NGINX and osu! for unknown reasons?
- If you have any difficulties setting up guweb, feel free to join the Discord server at the top of the README, we now have a bit of a community!
# Install Python >=3.9 and latest version of PIP. sudo add-apt-repository ppa:deadsnakes/ppa sudo apt install python3.9 python3.9-dev python3.9-distutils wget https://bootstrap.pypa.io/get-pip.py python3.9 get-pip.py && rm get-pip.py # Install MySQL and NGINX. sudo apt install mysql-server nginx # Clone guweb from GitHub. git clone https://github.com/varkaria/guweb.git cd guweb # Initialize and update the submodules. git submodule init && git submodule update # Install requirements from pip. python3.9 -m pip install -r ext/requirements.txt # Add and configure guweb's NGINX config to your nginx/sites-enabled. sudo ln -r -s ext/nginx.conf /etc/nginx/sites-enabled/guweb.conf sudo nano ext/nginx.conf sudo nginx -s reload # Configure guweb. cp ext/config.sample.py config.py nano config.py # Run guweb (on port 8000). python3.9 main.py # Run directly to access debug features for development! hypercorn main.py # Please run guweb with hypercorn when in production! It will improve performance drastically by disabling all of the debug features a developer would need!
. ├── blueprints # Modular routes such as the API, Frontend, or Admin Panel. ├── docs # Markdown files used in guweb's documentation system. ├── ext # External files from guweb's primary operation. ├── objects # Code for representing privileges, global objects, and more. ├── static # Code or content that is not modified or processed by guweb itself. ├── templates # HTML that contains content that is rendered after the page has loaded. ├── admin # Templated content for the admin panel (/admin). ├── settings # Templated content for settings (/settings). └ ... # Templated content for all of guweb (/).
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