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LynxChan is a chan engine designed with the following goals in mind:
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1.1.x for stable versions. They will receive only critical bug fixes and will be maintained for at least one year after release. Remember to use a compatible version of your front-end with these stable versions. Newer versions might not have required elements on the templates for these versions.
src/fedirectory or have it’s absolute path set on the general.json file. Read the readme.md on src/be for more information about how to configure the path for the front-end.
If you need help installing these, consult doc/Dependencies.txt.
The dependencies versions are not exactly mandatory and only reflect the version that I am sure that will work with the current version of the engine at the moment.
auxand run the script
setup.shthat will prompt for the install of a front-end, default settings and libraries. Browsing to the
auxdirectory is required because the scripts use relative paths to this directory. Make sure you used
git cloneto obtain the engine.
root-setup.shthat will prompt for the install of a command using a soft-link to
src/be/boot.js. This script must be run as root. It will also prompt for the install of a init script. The name of both the command and the service will be
src/be/settingsdirectory. Instructions can be found at
src/be/readme.md. There is also a directory called settings.example with a set of functional settings.
src/fedirectory or clone to anywhere and set it’s correct location on
You can either run the
lynxchan command or start the
lynxchan service if you ran the
aux/root-setup.sh script. You could just run the
src/be/boot.js file. Run
sudo setcap 'cap_net_bind_service=+ep' `which node` to be able to run it on port 80 without root access.
As in many things, I am very anal about documentation.
You can find all the information you need at the documents in
The front end are static files and templates. They are handled as a separate project and you can use them on any location in the system. But the path to its files will default to
Note that the front-end directory is in the ignore. I am designing this project to have a modular front-end, so theres no point in having a default front-end in the repository.
The back-end project is a Nodeclipse project with lint and formatting defined. IMO eclipse is a shit, but it makes it very practical to automatically format and clean everything. Coding standard: Felix’s Node style guide. Additionally, all files that reach 1k LOC must be split into multiple files inside a module representing the original file. More information can be found at src/be/Readme.md.
There a couple of utility scripts there besides the install one. Rotating logs for the upstart service, removing installs and such.
MIT. Do whatever you want, I don’t even know what is written there. I just know you can’t sue me.
Infra-structure > features > cosmetic features > polish.
I would rather not having other people writing the initial code for the engine, but if you wish to suggest and discuss features or contribute to a default front-end to replace the placeholder ones I am using, you can find me under the name StephenLynx on #lynxchan at Rizon or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lleaff: early front-end contributions and feedback. Endchan’s staff: early adopters and feedback. Megamilk: feedback and testing from 1.8 to 2.1. lt_barclay: mobile support for PenumbraLynx.