Hosty - File Hosting for Minimalists
Hosty is a tiny Go application to host arbitrary files on your own webserver. It's meant to be as small as possible and hence offers only the following:
- Users configured in the config file can upload files. Optionally, they can also paste code (à la pastebin) with simple syntax highlighting based on Pygments.
- Each file gets a randomized URL. Everyone who has the URL can access the content.
- Files are simply stored in the filesystem; a minimal SQLite3 database keeps track of them.
- Files can destruct themselves on first access and expire after a certain amount of time.
- Files can be either public (accessible for everyone who has a link to them), internal (only accessible for logged-in users) or private (only for the owner).
- Content can be deleted by their respective owners.
- Login via OAuth (Google, GitHub) is possible, but you have to create your own apps to do so.
That's it. There is no admin UI, no commenting, no tagging, no folders, no social media crap or other external resources.
- Go 1.5
- On Windows, you need to be able to build go-sqlite3.
For working on the frontend UI, you will also need Grunt, Bower and npm. Sorry.
go get github.com/xrstf/hosty-- please use
maketo make (sic) sure that the version stamp is correct.
- Copy the
config.yaml.dist, name it as you like (e.g.
config.yaml) and adjust it to your needs.
- Run hosty via
./hosty serve config.yaml.
If you want, you can use the
resources/systemd/hosty.service as an example
for a systemd service.
File Upload View
Hosty is licensed under the MIT license.