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###########
# LICENCE #
###########

# Copyright (C) 2011 DOSSMANN Olivier <olivier@dossmann.net> ##

# This file is part of PorteAil.
#
# PorteAil is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
# the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
# (at your option) any later version.
#
# PorteAil is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
# GNU General Public License for more details.
#
# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
# along with PorteAil. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.

######################################################################

# définition de cibles particulières
.PHONY: clean

## VARIABLES ##

VERSION=0.1.3-trunk

## CONFIG PAR DEFAUT
include paconfigrc

## CONFIG UTILISATEUR
include configrc

## AUTRES CONFIGS

##--[[ adresses ]]--##
INTRO_ADDR = $(COMPONENTS)/$(INTRO)
MENU_ADDR = $(COMPONENTS)/$(MENU)

# programmes
PROG_ECHO = `which echo`
PROG_TEST = `which test`
PROG_RM = `which rm`
PROG_LUA = `which lua`
PROG_SH = `which sh`
PROG_MKDIR = `which mkdir`

# vérification des programmes
ifndef PROG_ECHO
error_echo = 1
endif
ifndef PROG_TEST
error_test = 1
endif
ifndef PROG_RM
error_rm = 1
endif
ifndef PROG_MKDIR
error_mkdir = 1
endif
ifndef PROG_SH
error_sh = 1
endif
ifndef PROG_LUA
error_lua = 1
endif

## DEBUT
# création de tous les fichiers
all: test homepage

## TEST
# divers tests sur l'existence des dossiers/fichiers
# création si besoin
test:
$(if $(error_echo), exit 1)
@$(PROG_ECHO) -e "Lancement des tests…"
@$(PROG_ECHO) -e "\t…existence des différents programmes"
$(if $(error_test), @$(PROG_ECHO) -e "\t\ttest : MANQUANT." ; exit 1)
$(if $(error_mkdir), @$(PROG_ECHO) -e "\t\tmkdir : MANQUANT." ; exit 1)
$(if $(error_sh), @$(PROG_ECHO) -e "\t\tsh : MANQUANT." ; exit 1)
$(if $(error_rm), @$(PROG_ECHO) -e "\t\trm : MANQUANT." ; exit 1)
$(if $(error_lua), @$(PROG_ECHO) -e "\t\tlua : MANQUANT." ; exit 1)
@$(PROG_ECHO) -e "\t…existence des dossiers '$(IMAGES)', '$(CATEGORIES)' et '$(CSS)'"
@for i in $(IMAGES) $(CATEGORIES) $(CSS) ; \
do \
$(PROG_TEST) -d $$i || exit 1 ; \
done ; \
$(PROG_ECHO) -e "\t…création des dossiers cibles '$(DESTINATION)' et '$(DESTINATION)/$(IMAGES_DESTINATION)'"
@for j in $(DESTINATION) $(DESTINATION)/$(IMAGES_DESTINATION) ; \
do \
$(PROG_TEST) -d $$j || $(PROG_MKDIR) $$j ; \
done
@$(PROG_ECHO) -e "\t…option introduction dans la page"
$(if $(INTRO), @$(PROG_TEST) -f $(INTRO_ADDR) || exit 1)
$(if $(INTRO), @$(PROG_ECHO) -e "\t\t-> activée", @$(PROG_ECHO) -e "\t\t-> désactivée")
@$(PROG_ECHO) -e "\t…option ajout d'un menu (vérification de l'existence)"
$(if $(MENU), @$(PROG_TEST) -f $(MENU_ADDR) || exit 1)
$(if $(MENU), @$(PROG_ECHO) -e "\t\t-> activée", @$(PROG_ECHO) -e "\t\t-> désactivée")
@$(PROG_ECHO) -e " …terminé."

## CATEGORIES
# création de la page d'accueil
homepage:
@$(PROG_ECHO) -e "Création de la page d'accueil…"
@VERSION=$(VERSION) $(PROG_LUA) create_homepage.lua || exit 1
@$(PROG_ECHO) -e " …terminée."

install:
@SRCDIR=$(DESTINATION) DESTDIR=$(INSTALLDIR) $(PROG_SH) install.sh || exit 1

## NETTOYAGE
# nettoyage des fichiers générés
clean:
@$(PROG_ECHO) -e "Nettoyage des fichiers en cours…"
@$(PROG_RM) -rf $(DESTINATION)
@$(PROG_ECHO) -e " …terminé."

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# Programme PorteAil ##

## À propos

PorteAil est un portail web statique dont le but principal est, comme son nom
l'indique, de partager un ensemble de liens divers ou partagé par un seul et
même projet.

Cf. [L'article sur les portails sur l'encyclopédie Wikipédia](http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portail_%28web%29) pour de plus amples
informations.

PorteAil est un jeu de mot entre *Porte*, *portail* et *Ail*.

### Site Web / Exemple

La page officielle du projet, mais également page d'exemple est disponible à
l'adresse suivante :
[http://porteail.depotoi.re/](http://porteail.depotoi.re/ "Se rendre sur le site officiel du projet PorteAil")

### Contact

Cf. Chapitre Contact / Bugs" en bas de page.

### Licence

Le programme PorteAil est sous **licence GPLv3**.
Vous êtes libre de diffuser le programme, de le modifier et de le
redistribuer sous la même licence en précisant le nom de l'auteur.

Pour plus de renseignements je vous invite à lire le fichier *COPYING*
joint avec les fichiers du programme.

## Description

Le script makefile permet de générer un dossier contenant les fichiers
suivants :

- index.html : page de garde du portail web *PorteAil*
- defaut.css : feuille de style de PorteAil
- img : dossier contenant l'ensemble des fichiers images (icônes) pour
l'affichage des éléments dans la page de garde

## Pré - requis

Ce programme fonctionne à l'aide de **GNU Make** que vous pouvez installer
sur votre machine, par exemple sous GNU/Linux Debian à l'aide de la
commande suivante :

apt-get install make

Mais également **Lua 5.1**, installable à l'aide de la commande suivante :

apt-get install lua5.1 luarocks

Puis de **LuaFileSystem** :

luarocks install luafilesystem

Votre système devrais aussi détenir les commandes suivantes :

- rm
- sh
- echo
- test
- mkdir

Normalement ces éléments sont inclus de base ou disponibles dans
n’importe quel système d’exploitation POSIX.

## Installation

Le programme ne requièrt aucune installation particulière. Placez le où
vous voudrez.

En revanche il est possible d'utiliser le script **install.sh** pour copier
le contenu du dossier **porteail** dans celui du dossier **~/public_html**.

Pour de plus amples informations sur ce script, lisez le chapitre **install.sh**.

## Configuration

Copiez le fichier **configrc.exemple** (ou bien renommez le) en *configrc*.

Sans ce fichier *configrc* le programme ne peut pas fonctionner (depuis la
version 0.1.1).

Pour de plus amples informations sur ce fichier, lisez le chapitre **configrc**.

## Utilisation

Il vous suffit de lancer la commande suivante dans le dossier du projet :

make

Cela devrait générer le dossier **porteail** dans lequel se trouve un exemple
de résultat possible.

Un nouveau dossier **porteail** apparaît dans lequel il y a :

- un fichier *index.html*
- une feuille de style nommée *defaut.css*
- un dossier *img* contenant… des images !

Pour supprimer les fichiers générés, il faut utiliser cette commande :

make clean

et cela aura pour effet de supprimer le dossier **porteail** et le fichier
**categories.html** crée par différents scripts au moment de la génération
de la page.

## Fonctionnement basique

Dans sa version 0.1 le programme s'utilise via plusieurs fichiers :

- le fichier configrc
- le dossier categ
- le fichier composants/introduction.html
- le fichier composants/menu.html
- le dossier img

Pour chaque élément, veuillez vous référer au chapitre adéquat.

Si vous désirez personnaliser encore plus la page PorteAil, vous pouvez
lire la section « Pour aller plus loin » qui permet de comprendre un
peu mieux le fonctionnement du programme.

### configrc

Ce fichier apparaît depuis la version 0.1.1. Il vous permettra de changer,
par exemple, le titre de votre page PorteAil. Ceci se fait via la
ligne suivante :

TITLE=

Par exemple pour afficher "Mon super site" sur la page PorteAil, modifiez ceci
dans le fichier configrc :

TITLE = Mon super site

D'autres éléments peuvent être modifiés afin de personnaliser le résultat de
PorteAil. Pour de plus amples renseignements à ce sujet, je vous invite à lire
le chapitre **Pour aller plus loin** du présent document.

### Le dossier *categ*

Le dossier **categ** est le dossier qui va contenir nos catégories
d'éléments.
Il faut savoir que :

- un fichier texte portant l'extension *.txt* est considéré comme
UNE catégorie
- le programme n'accepte que les fichiers comportant une et une
seule description de catégorie
- le programme va lire les éléments renseignés dans le fichier

Le format de fichier accepte 3 cas possible de lignes :

1. les commentaires
2. une description d'une catégorie
3. une description d'un élément

Voici un commentaire :

# un commentaire dans le fichier

Voici une description de catégorie :

[[Titre de ma catégorie]]Description de ma catégorie

Voici la description d'un élément (un élément par ligne) :

Titre##URL##DESC##ADDR_IMG

où :

- Titre : est le nom affiché sur le portail de l'élément.
- URL : est l'adresse COMPLÈTE du site sur lequel l'utilisateur ira
- DESC : est la description complète de notre élément pour le passage de la
souris sur le lien
- ADDR_IMG : est l'adresse relative vers l'image (Cf. ci-après pour plus de
renseignements)

Des exemples sont donnés dans le dossier **categ**. À vous de les modifier comme
bon vous semble.

Astuce : Pour ordonner les catégories dans la page résultante, ajouter des
chiffres devant chacun de vos fichiers catégories. Par exemple :

00-ma_categorie.txt
01-autre_categorie.txt

Vous obtiendrez donc *ma_categorie* en premier lieu, puis *autre_categorie*
en second lieu.

### Le dossier *img* et Adresse de l'image

Dans la version 0.1.1, il faut indiquer l'adresse dite absolue de l'image.
C'est à dire l'adresse à partir du dossier image source (par défaut c'est
le dossier **img** dans lequel nous irons chercher les images).

Le dossier image source est le dossier contenant l'ensemble des images. C'est
un dossier dans lequel le programme va *piocher* les éléments.

Sachant que le dossier **img** contient l'ensemble des images disponibles,
il faut tout d'abord trouver l'adresse d'une image qu'on voudrait, par
exemple **apps/clock.png**.

Dans un fichier catégorie, on donnera donc l'adresse suivante comme adresse de
l'image :

apps/clock.png

Pour un exemple plus criant, je vous propose de lire le fichier suivant :

categ/education.txt

qui contient un exemple de catégorie avec plusieurs éléments.

### Le fichier introduction.html

Le fichier **composants/introduction.html** contient du texte en HTML à
insérer en début de la page PorteAil, il faut donc connaître un peu le
langage HTML pour permettre un affichage correct de ce que vous voulez.

Par défaut cet élément n'est pas activé. Pour l'activer il suffit de
changer la ligne suivante dans le fichier **configrc** :

#INTRO = introduction.html

par

INTRO = introduction.html

Vous l'aurez compris, il suffit d'enlever le premier dièse **#** du début de
ligne.

### Le fichier menu.html

À l'instar du fichier **introduction.html**, le fichier **menu.html** permet
d'insérer un menu dans la page du PorteAil. Ceci est très utile si vous
voulez agrémenter le portail de tout un tas d'autres pages.

Par défaut cet élément n'est pas activé. Pour l'activer il suffit de
changer la ligne suivante dans le fichier **configrc** :

#MENU = menu.html

par

MENU = menu.html

Comme pour l'introduction, il suffit de supprimer le dièse **#** en début de
ligne.

### Publication

Pour publier le résultat dans un dossier web, il vous suffit d'utiliser la
commande suivante :

make install

Ceci permet de déplacer le résultat du programme PorteAil dans un dossier
de votre choix.

Par défaut le script essaie de copier le tout dans le dossier **public_html**
du dossier personnel. Par exemple le dossier **/home/olivier/public_html**
si votre dossier personnel se trouve dans **/home/olivier**.

Pour modifier les valeurs d'origine et de destination de la copie, éditez le
fichier de configuration *configrc* et modifiez les valeurs suivantes :

- DESTINATION : contient l'adresse relative du dossier où se situe les fichiers
à copier (résultant d'une compilation de PorteAil)
- INSTALLDIR : contient l'adresse exacte où copier les fichiers (la destination).

## Pour aller plus loin

Tous les éléments expliqués ci-avant ne seront que partiellement ou pas du
tout expliqué pour des raisons évidentes de redondance d'information.

Nous allons donc aborder plusieurs points qui concernent la personnalisation
de PorteAil afin d'adapter le programme pour qu'il en résulte une page d'une
structure différente de celle de base.

Cela est utile dans le cas où :

- vous connaissez le langage HTML pour faire des pages internet
- vous connaissez le langage CSS pour manier visuellement la page sans modifier
le contenu
- vous n'avez pas peur de modifier quelques lignes dans des fichiers afin de
voir le résultat

### Utilisation de la commande make

Pour plus d'informations sur l'utilisation de la commande **make**, je vous
renvoie à la page de manuel disponible en tapant :

man make

Cependant sachez que dans le fichier **GNUmakefile** il existe plusieurs sections
susceptibles d'être utilisées. Les principales sont :

- all : génère la page de PorteAil après avoir fait divers tests d'existence
des éléments.
- clean : permet de nettoyer le dossier nommé **porteail**
- test : fait quelques tests sur l'existence des ficheirs nécessaires pour
la compilation de la page.

### configrc

Le fichier **configrc** contient tout les éléments utiles pour personnaliser
la page de résultat.

Les lignes contenant des dièses **#** sont des commentaires pour vous aider
à mieux comprendre le contenu du fichier.

Le fichier est scindé en plusieurs parties afin de simplifier la découverte
des éléments :

- configuration basique : quelques éléments à modifier pour changer
rapidement la page de résultat
- configuration avancée : des éléments plus complexes qui ont un impact
plus grand sur la page de résultat.

Configuration basique :

- TITLE : Cf. chapitre **Fonctionnement basique**
- STYLE : nom de la feuille de style qui ajoutera des couleurs à PorteAil
(seconde feuille de style en somme). Redéfinir l'ensemble des classes
CSS de ce fichier vous permettra de reconfigurer toute l'apparence de
PorteAil.
- MENU : Cf. chapitre **Fonctionnement basique**
- INTRO : Cf. chapitre **Fonctionnement basique**
- DESTINATION : nom du dossier dans lequel sera généré le portail web.

Configuration avancée :

- LANG : Langue utilisée pour les traductions de la page (enqueue
principalement)
- HOMEPAGE : Titre de la page tel qu'il s'affichera sur un navigateur
- CATEGORIES_EXT : extension des fichiers qui seront lus pour générer
les catégories
- DEFAUT_IMG : nom de l'image - contenue par défaut dans le dossier img -
par défaut pour un élément qui n'a pas d'image ou n'en a pas trouvé.
- TEMPLATE_ELEMENT : nom du fichier contenant le code HTML d'un élément.
Se trouve par défaut dans le dossier *COMPONENTS*.
- TEMPLATE_INDEX : nom du fichier contenant le code HTML de la page finale.
Se trouve par défaut dans le dossier *COMPONENTS*.
- TEMPLATE_CATEG : nom du fichier contenant le code HTML d'une catégorie.
Se trouve par défaut dans le dossier *COMPONENTS*.
- COMPONENTS : dossier contenant les éléments qui constitueront la page
finale
- CATEGORIES : dossier contenant les fichiers sources des catégories.
- IMAGES : dossier par défaut contenant les images pour les éléments.
- CSS : dossier par défaut des feuilles de style
- INSTALLDIR : dossier utilisé lors de la commande *make install* permettant
de copier le résultat final dans un dossier web.
- IMAGES_DESTINATION : nom du dossier qui contiendra les images utilisées par la
page finale
- CSS_NAME : nom du fichier CSS final

Pour plus de renseignements, veuillez vous référer au chapitre **Les
composants**.

### Les composants

Les composants sont les éléments qui permettent de composer la page HTML
finale.
À cet effet la page a été scindés en plusieurs éléments :

- index.html : contient l'ensemble du HTML pour la page d'accueil.
- element.html : contient l'ensemble du HTML pour UN élément donné
- categories.html : contient l'ensemble du HTML pour une catégorie donnée.
(sans les éléments)
- introduction.html : contient du HTML pouvant être ajouté après le titre
principal de la page
- menu.html : un menu à ajouter à notre page

Pour personnaliser il suffit d'éditer chacun des fichiers afin d'en
modifier le code source.

### Le dossier style

Le dossier **style** est prévu pour contenir l'ensemble des feuilles de style
disponible pour l'apparence de notre page PorteAil.

Déposez donc ici vos feuille de style et changez la variable *STYLE* du
fichier **configrc** (Cf. Chapitre **configrc**).

### Le dossier img

Le dossier **img** contient, depuis la version 0.1, l'ensemble des images
utilisées pour la page finale.

Déposez-y les images que vous allez utiliser.

## SOURCES

Les sources du programme peuvent être récupérées sur
[le dépôt Gitorious](http://gitorious.org/porteail/) ou via la commande
suivante (à l'aide de l'outil git) :

git clone https://git.gitorious.org/porteail/master.git

## Contact / Bugs

Pour toute suggestion, critique constructive, remarque, notification de bugs,
je vous invite à me joindre à l'adresse courriel suivante :

olivier+porteail CHEZ dossmann POINT net

Pensez à ajouter, en début d'objet de votre courriel, l'élément suivant :

[PorteAil]

Ceci me permettra de savoir directement de quel sujet le courriel traite.

Merci d'avance, et amusez-vous bien avec PorteAil ;-)

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À FAIRE :
----------

- Valider la page à l'aide de TIDY (doit être facultatif)
- Choisir le nombre de colonne d'élément :
#corps ul.ensemble_element li {
width: 11em;
margin: auto;
}
Mettre à width = auto. Si on veut 1 colonne, alors on met 11x1 + 1x1, si on veut deux colonne, alors on met 11x2 + 1x2, 3 colonnes font 11x3 + 1x3

>>> Pour la v0.1.4 :
- activer menu avec une variable du genre "MENU_ACTIVE = 1" (par exemple)
- favicon.ico ?
- création du fichier configrc s'il n'existe pas (dans test)
- Transformer la doc en README.asciidoc ?
- Bug: si caractères accentués dans les titres/description. Souci qui semble se régler en mettant HTML au lieu de XHTML pour la page index

>>> Pour la v0.2 :
- Transformer le fichier GNUmakefile en makefile pour bmake
- changer les sed -i en "sed -e 's/chaine/autrechaine/g' > file.new && mv file.new file" (avec ou sans -e, c'est selon)
- changer les VAR= en VAR:=
- changer l'utilisation du shell par TXTs = $(shell ls $(dossier)/*$(ext)), par exemple.

>>> Pour la v0.3 :
- Documentation en anglais
- faire une page "print.css"
- mettre en noir et blanc
- ajouter le nom des liens en fin de chaque lien
- Tenter d'utiliser la description de l'élément pour faire une fenêtre qui s'affiche quand on passe sur le cadre de l'élément (tout en CSS si possible !)
- Ajout d'un lien vers le site dont proviennent les images
- Ajouter une option qui affiche sous chaque cadre la description de l'élément (ou bien une autre façon d'afficher les liens)
- permettre l'ajout d'un pied de page
- afficher un marqueur graphique qui définit si on sort du site actuel ou pas (genre IN/OUT dans la configuration des éléments, ce qui affiche une icône différente)

===============================================================================

===============================================================================

FAITES :
---------

- faire un makefile basique
- faire un .gitignore pour les fichiers/dossiers inutiles
- faire un fichier TACHES
- ajouter une licence/copyright
- faire une page d'exemple avec un menu et une feuille de style en noir et blanc
- faire une page d'exemple sans menu et avec une feuille de style en noir et blanc
- permettre l'ajout facultatif d'un menu
- gérer le fait que le css change si on a un menu ou pas (Cf. dossier exemple avec le(s) fichier(s) patch)
- migration des fichiers .html dans un dossier prévu à cet effet
- indenter le code de parcours_categ.sh pour n'avoir plus que deux espaces au lieu de 4
- trouver une syntaxe pour les fichiers de catégories contenant des éléments
Par exemple : ### Ma super catégorie ###
- dans dossier categ : un fichier par catégorie et les éléments contenus dans la catégories. Le format est un peu comme celui ci :
#commentaire
[[Titre de la catégorie]]Description de la catégorie (pour mettre dans des <p></p>
titre_element##URL##Description##adresse_image##titre_image##description_image
- test de l'existence du dossier CATEG dans le script parcours_categ.sh
- BUG : On ne peut pas avoir plusieurs catégories => changer script creation_categ.sh pour ne PAS détruire le fichier categories.html (le makefile doit le faire)
- ajouter des ECHO avant chaque ligne pour définir où ça plante quand c'est
le cas
- rendre la page valide XHTML Strict via validator.w3.org
- permettre l'ajout d'un texte d'introduction au début de la page
- changer les variables contenues dans les fichiers HTML par @@NOM_VARIABLE@@
- ajout de l'adresse URL du dépôt GIT dans le pied de page (soulier) du portail : Généré par <a href="http://git.dossmann.net/scripts/porteail.git/" title="Se rendre sur le dépôt source du projet PorteAil">PorteAil</a>
- amélioration de la recherche des fichiers dans le dossier catégorie, avec choix d'une extension
- Supprimer l'ensemble des variables @@quelque chose@@ dans le fichier à la fin du traitement (pour nettoyage)
- ajouter une licence comme LPRAB
- ajouter les éléments de chaque catégorie dans la page html
(car plus pratique)
- parcours_categ : normer les variables pour avoir categ_titre et element_titre plutôt que titre_categ et element_titre…
- dans le makefile s'occuper de faire une section pour les catégories contenant
des éléments
- ajouter des fichiers images au bon format et sous licence libre
- compatibilité avec d'autres navigateurs pour le CSS -moz-border-radius et -moz-box-shadow
- Éviter l'utilisation d'un patch pour le CSS avec/sans menu. Proposer deux variables contenant les deux versions du fichier CSS.
- Modifier le fichier introduction.html pour donner quelques infos à l'utilisateur sur comment comprendre/utiliser le programme => parler du fichier LISMOI et du dossier 'categ'
- Enlever le dièse de INTRO
- Dans la doc : faire un paragraphe "CONTACT" afin de me contacter pour bugs éventuels
- compléter le fichier LISMOI pour expliquer le fonctionnement du logiciel
- les dossiers à avoir
- les fichiers à avoir
- les dossiers résultants
- les variables à changer pour personnaliser
- ajouter un paragraphe LICENCE pour expliquer la licence appliquée
- des h3 mais pas de h2, WTF ?
- améliorer visibilité sur écran 22" avec : {margin-left:10%;margin-right:10%;}
- créer un site internet parlant de PorteAil avec une page générée par PorteAil comportant l'ensemble des sites utilisant Porteail
- Essayer de faire en sorte que le lien soit écarté jusqu'aux bords de tout l'élément afin que le clic sur l'élément renvoie sur la page
- Faire la feuille de style bleue pour le site avec un menu
- Voir si possibilité de faire un "source configrc" pour inclure les variables modifiables du programme, histoire de n'éditer que le fichier 'configrc' du programme
- améliorer la connexion entre le makefile et creation_categ.sh afin de ne plus toucher aux variables de creation_categ.sh
- trouver une méthode qui permet de récupérer toujours les dernières versions sources sans écraser la version que nous avons. configrc.exemple par exemple, à copier en configrc ;)
- Prévoir un script d'export des données entrées par l'utilisateur s'il utilise un dépôt git OU trouver un système de mise à jour du logiciel => réglé avec le fichier configrc.exemple en configrc
- faire des "which" pour les programmes utilisés (notamment pour sha1 ou md5). Quitter le makefile si dans TEST les "which" sont vides
- ANNULE du fait qu'on peut utiliser le makefile pour vérifier ces modifications (makefile est fait pour ça) | dans dossier categ on fait une somme sha1 ou md5 de tous les fichiers. On copie dans le dossier porteail. Au début du programme, on compare somme de tous les fichiers du dossier categ avec la somme contenue dans dossier porteail (s'il existe). Si les sommes sont pareilles, alors on quitte le makefile
- http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1657232/how-can-i-calculate-an-md5-checksum-of-a-directory
- find directory -type f -print0 | xargs -0 md5sum >> file.md5 (ceci est pour vérifier par exemple les *.txt !!!)
- Tenter un ls categ |md5sum ou bien for i in `ls categ`; do md5sum categ/$i; done > somme.md5
- Utiliser ça pour vérifier sommes de contrôle : md5 * | diff /path/to/md5.checksum -
- find categ -type f -name *.txt -exec md5sum {} + | awk '{print $1}' |sort |diff somme.md5 -|wc -l
- compléter l'adresse des images pour l'insertion dans le contenu
- vérifier l'existence de l'image avant de l'ajouter
- si pas d'image ou image inexistante, mettre une image générique
- Doc : donner l'astuce pour ordonner les catégories dans le fichier : mettre 00-nom_fichier.txt, puis 01-autre_categorie.txt, etc.
- imaginer un système d'héritage des feuilles de style pour ne modifier que les couleurs de la page, en dehors de la structure. => fait avec une double inclusion de feuille de style dans la page HTML
- permettre l'ajout de plusieurs CSS dans HEAD
- créer plusieurs feuilles de style (couleurs, positionnement des éléments, etc.)
- ne copier QUE les images utilisées
- faire un export en XHTML si possible (ajouter l'extension au fichier de destination choisi)
- Simplifier le code HTML et CSS
- enlever les div en trop
- changer les div#abc en #abc dans le CSS
- commenter le code CSS
- Fait. Seulement pas de inline-block pour un meilleur affichage | Changer les DIV en une liste d'éléments puis mettre display: inline-block; pour l'affichage. Si liste, alors mettre des point-virgules à la fin de chaque ligne (et les cacher en css)
- Supprimer les descriptions des logos pour un meilleur affichage (Cf. elinks par exemple pour une démonstration verbeuse) : les ajouter dans le CSS. Alt = rien du tout, et title = nom donné.
- Meilleur affichage dans les navigateurs textes (seulement les alt des images à modifier)
- ajouter une extension aux fichiers images copiées
- Simplifier le fichier LISMOI
- ne donner que quelques lignes simples pour lancer le programme : installer, configurer, lancer !
- supprimer les chapitres inutiles
- Simplifier le fichier Makefile au niveau des variables pour réduire leur nombre
- FAIT | Réorganiser les variables du GNUmakefile pour rendre plus simple le choix des variables par l'utilisateur. Afin qu'il n'ai JAMAIS à mettre d'autre variables dans le contenu. Par exemple jamais écrire cela : $(DOSSIER)/fichier.html !!!!
- FAIT | ne laisser que la variable CSS_COULEUR ? => trouver une solution potable
- FAIT | ne laisser que les variables fondamentales pour l'utilisateur comme le choix du titre, si intro, si menu
- FAIT | déplacer les variables inutiles à l'utilisateur dans un autre fichier de config qu'on inclue ? Ou bien les mettre avant le include configrc, comme ça l'utilisateur peut les redéfinir si besoin !
- FAIT | mettre toutes les variables en majuscules OU en minuscule (peut-être les variables en majuscules pour les principales, et celles du Makefile en minuscule
- FAIT | renommer les variables correctement !
- Vérifier/optimiser les cibles du makefile
- Vérifier/optimiser les dépendances du makefile
- Vérifier l'existence des dossiers suivants : COMPOSANTS, IMAGE, STYLE, CSS, CIBLE
- ajouter les fichiers générés pour chaque section du makefile (ceci de manière intelligente… si possible !)
- Bug: si une URL possède plusieurs &
- HTML 5 avec header et footer
- Trouver une méthode plus fine pour trouver le nombre de catégories par fichier (autre qu'un grep par exemple)
- Permettre d'ajouter des fichiers statiques (pour permettre par exemple de donner un lien vers une version d'un logiciel sur la page d'accueil)
- aside en NAV !!!
- faire une section install dans le makefile permettant d'installer dans DESTDIR
- Transformer variables en anglais
- Que donne une ligne vide dans le fichier de catégorie ? => à tester comme cas possible

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languageCode = "fr"
title = "Depotoi.re"
disableRSS = true
disableSitemap = true
buildDrafts = true
uglyURLs = true

[params]
style = "blue.css"
default_img = "generique.png"

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###########################
## Main configuration ##
###########################

# Homepage title
TITLE = Depotoire
# CSS color file
STYLE = black.css
# Menu (if needed)
#MENU = menu.html
# Introduction (if needed)
INTRO = intro.html
# Destination directory
DESTINATION = porteail

###########################
## Additional config ##
###########################

##--[[ miscellaneous ]]--##

LANG = fr
#HOMEPAGE = Homepage - My portal
## File extension to be used to read categories
CATEGORIES_EXT = dp
## Default image
#DEFAULT_IMG = generique.png
## Templates
#TEMPLATE_ELEMENT = element.html
#TEMPLATE_INDEX = index.html
#TEMPLATE_CATEG = categories.html
#
###--[[ directories ]]--##
#
#COMPONENTS = composants
#CATEGORIES = categ
#IMAGES = img
#IMAGES_DESTINATION = image
#CSS = style
INSTALLDIR = ./www
#
###--[[ style ]]--##
#
#CSS_NAME = defaut.css

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###########################
## Main configuration ##
###########################

# Homepage title
TITLE = My portal
# CSS color file
STYLE = black.css
# Menu (if needed)
#MENU = menu.html
# Introduction (if needed)
#INTRO = introduction.html
# Destination directory
DESTINATION = porteail

###########################
## Additional config ##
###########################

##--[[ miscellaneous ]]--##

#LANG = en
#HOMEPAGE = Homepage - My portal
## File extension to be used to read categories
#CATEGORIES_EXT = txt
## Default image
#DEFAULT_IMG = generique.png
## Templates
#TEMPLATE_ELEMENT = element.html
#TEMPLATE_INDEX = index.html
#TEMPLATE_CATEG = categories.html
#
###--[[ directories ]]--##
#
#COMPONENTS = composants
#CATEGORIES = categ
#IMAGES = img
#IMAGES_DESTINATION = image
#CSS = style
#INSTALLDIR = ${HOME}/public_html
#
###--[[ style ]]--##
#
#CSS_NAME = defaut.css

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date = "2016-01-21T19:38:18+01:00"
draft = false
title = "Domaines"

+++
Ils s'hébergent chez nous :

* {{< button title="Arche à blogs" href="http://arche.depotoi.re" src="actions/go-home.png" >}}
* {{< button title="Fabuleux" href="http://fabuleux.depotoi.re" src="fabuleux_logo.png" >}}
* {{< button title="Almanax Dofus" href="http://almanax.depotoi.re" src="dofus.png" >}}
* {{< button title="Lighty Dmap" href="http://dmap.depotoi.re" src="dofus.png" >}}
* {{< button title="Portail Dofus" href="http://dofus.depotoi.re" src="dofus.png" >}}


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date = "2016-01-21T19:38:18+01:00"
draft = false
title = "Nos projets"

+++

* {{< button title="Forge" href="http://forge.depotoi.re" src="forge_64.png" >}}
* {{< button title="BlogBox" href="http://blogbox.depotoi.re" src="apps/utilities-file-archiver.png" >}}
* {{< button title="ELI" href="http://eli.depotoi.re" src="actions/view-pim-notes.png" >}}
* {{< button title="Makefly" href="http://makefly.depotoi.re" src="makefly-48x48.gif" >}}
* {{< button title="hugo-portal" href="http://github.com/blankoworld/hugo-portal" src="actions/office-chart-ring.png" >}}
* {{< button title="Rave Comment" href="http://rave.depotoi.re/" src="rave.png" >}}

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#!/usr/bin/env lua


--[[ Requirements ]]--

require 'lfs'

--[[ Variables ]]--

local configFile = './' .. 'configrc'
local currentpath = os.getenv('CURDIR') or '.'
local default_dir_category = 'categ'
local default_dir_component = 'composants'
local default_dir_destination = 'porteail'
local default_dir_img_destination = 'image'
local default_dir_img_source = 'img'
local default_dir_css_source = 'style'
local default_dir_lang = 'lang'
local default_img_filename = 'generique.png'
local default_index_filename = 'index.html'
local default_template_index_filename = 'index.html'
local default_template_categ_filename = 'categories.html'
local default_template_element_filename = 'element.html'
local default_css_filename = 'black.css'
local default_css_menu_without = 'without_menu.css'
local default_css_menu_with = 'with_menu.css'
local version = os.getenv('VERSION') or '(Unknown version)'
local default_categ_extension = 'txt'
local DIR_SEP = '/'
local default_css_name = 'Default'
local default_title = 'My portal'
local default_homepage_title = ' - Homepage'
local default_language = 'en'

--[[ Functions ]]--

function readFile(path, mode)
result = ''
if not mode then
mode = 'r'
end
if mode ~= 'r' and mode ~= 'rb' then
print('Unknown read mode!')
os.exit(1)
end
attr = lfs.attributes(path)
if attr and attr.mode == 'file' then
f = assert(io.open(path, mode))
result = assert(f:read('*a'))
assert(f:close())
end
return result
end

function getConfig(file)
result = {}
f = assert(io.open(file, 'r'))
while true do
line = f.read(f)
if not line then break end
local key = line:match('([^#].-)[ ]+=')
local val = line:match('=[ ]+(.*)')
local comment = string.find(line, '^#+(.*)')
if comment then
-- do nothing with comment
elseif key then
result[key] = val
end
end
assert(f:close())
return result
end

function replace(string, table)
return string:gsub("$(%b{})", function(string)
return table[string:sub(2,-2)]
end)
end

function listing (path, extension)
files = {}
if lfs.attributes(path) then
for file in lfs.dir(path) do
if file ~= "." and file ~= ".." then
local f = path..'/'..file
local attr = lfs.attributes (f)
filext = (string.match(file, "[^\\/]-%.?([^%.\\/]*)$"))
if attr.mode == 'file' and filext == extension then
table.insert(files, f)
end
end
end
else
files = nil
end
return files
end

function basename (string, suffix)
string = string or ''
local basename = string.gsub (string, '[^'.. DIR_SEP ..']*'.. DIR_SEP ..'', '')
if suffix then
basename = string.gsub (basename, suffix, '')
end
return basename
end

function processImage(image, source, img_destination, destination, default_img)
-- if no image given, use default one
if not image or image == nil or image == '' then
image = default_img
end
-- create image weblink
result = img_destination .. '/' .. basename(image)
-- check if this image exists
attr = lfs.attributes(destination .. '/' .. result)
if not attr then
img_path = source .. '/' .. image
f = assert(io.open(img_path, 'rb'))
img_src = assert(f:read('*a'))
assert(f:close())
img_dest = assert(io.open(destination .. '/' .. result, 'wb'))
assert(img_dest:write(img_src))
assert(img_dest:close())
end
return result
end

function process(filepath, template_categ, template_element, img_destination, destination, img_source, default_img)
-- parse given file
local elements = {}
local categ_title = ''
local categ_description = ''
local categ_count = 0
-- parse category file
for line in io.lines(filepath) do
local element = ''
-- check if this line is:
-- a comment ("# my comment"),
-- a category ("[[My category]]Its description")
-- or an element ("Title##Description##URL##Image")
is_comment = string.find(line, '^#+.*')
is_title = string.find(line, '%[%[(.*)%]%](.*)')
is_element = string.find(line, '(.*)##(.*)##(.*)##(.*)')
-- processing lines to fetch data
if is_comment then
-- do nothing because it's a comment
elseif is_title then
for t in string.gmatch(line, '%[%[(.*)%]%].*') do categ_title = categ_title .. t end
for d in string.gmatch(line, '%[%[.*%]%](.*)') do categ_description = categ_description .. d end
categ_count = categ_count + 1
elseif is_element then
title = ''
description = ''
url = ''
img = ''
for t in string.gmatch(line, '(.*)##.*##.*##.*') do title = title .. t end
for d in string.gmatch(line, '.*##.*##(.*)##.*') do description = description .. d end
for u in string.gmatch(line, '.*##(.*)##.*##.*') do url = url .. u end
for i in string.gmatch(line, '.*##.*##.*##(.*)') do img = img .. i end
img_description = " "
-- copy image and fetch result
img_url = processImage(img, img_source, img_destination, destination, default_img)
-- replace some chars in URL to avoid HTML5 problems
url = url:gsub('%&', '%&amp;')
-- create element's result
element = replace(template_element, {ELEMENT_URL=url, ELEMENT_DESC=description, ELEMENT_TITLE=title, IMG_URL=img_url, IMG_DESC=img_description})
-- add it to elements table
table.insert(elements, element)
end
end
-- check if category is ok
error_msg = ' ' .. filepath .. ' not imported: '
if categ_count > 1 then
print (error_msg .. 'too many categories.')
return ''
elseif categ_count == 0 then
print (error_msg .. 'no category found.')
return ''
end
-- check elements
if table.getn(elements) < 1 then
print (error_msg .. 'no elements found.')
return ''
end
-- parse elements to add them to result
local text_elements = ''
for k, v in pairs(elements) do
text_elements = text_elements .. v
end
-- do substitutions on result
local result = replace(template_categ, {CATEG_TITLE=categ_title, CATEG_DESC=categ_description, ELEMENTS=text_elements})
return result
end

--[[ Principal ]]--

config = getConfig(configFile)

categ = config['CATEGORIES'] or default_dir_category
component = config['COMPONENTS'] or default_dir_component
destination = config['DESTINATION'] or default_dir_destination
img_destination = config['IMAGE_DESTINATION'] or default_dir_img_destination
img_source = config['IMAGES'] or default_dir_img_source
css_source = config['CSS'] or default_dir_css_source
index_filename = config['INDEX'] or default_index_filename
main_template = config['TEMPLATE_INDEX'] or default_template_index_filename
template_categ_filename = config['TEMPLATE_CATEG'] or default_template_categ_filename
template_element_filename = config['TEMPLATE_ELEMENT'] or default_template_element_filename
default_img = config['DEFAULT_IMG'] or default_img_filename
css_filename = config['STYLE'] or default_css_filename
css_menu = default_css_menu_without
local menu = config['MENU'] or ''
if config['MENU'] then
css_menu = default_css_menu_with
end
local introduction = config['INTRO'] or ''
categ_extension = config['CATEGORIES_EXT'] or default_categ_extension
css_name = config['CSS_NAME'] or default_css_name

index = readFile(currentpath .. '/' .. component .. '/' .. index_filename, 'r')
template_categ = readFile(currentpath .. '/' .. component .. '/' .. template_categ_filename, 'r')
template_element = readFile(currentpath .. '/' .. component .. '/' .. template_element_filename, 'r')
local menu_content = ''
if menu ~= '' then
menu_content = readFile(component .. '/' .. menu, 'r')
end
local introduction_content = ''
if introduction ~= '' then
introduction_content = readFile(component .. '/' .. introduction, 'r')
end

for i, dir in pairs({destination, destination .. '/' .. img_destination}) do
if lfs.attributes(dir) == nil then
assert(lfs.mkdir(dir))
end
end

local categories_files = listing (currentpath .. '/' .. categ, categ_extension)
table.sort(categories_files)
local content = ''
if categories_files then
for k,v in pairs(categories_files) do
-- read category content
attr = lfs.attributes(v)
if attr and attr.mode == 'file' then
content = content .. process(v, template_categ, template_element, img_destination, destination, img_source, default_img)
end
end
else
print ("-- No category file found!")
end

index_result = assert(io.open(destination .. '/' .. main_template, 'wb'))
substitutions = {
TITLE=config['HOMEPAGE'] or (config['TITLE'] and config['TITLE'] .. default_homepage_title) or (default_title .. default_homepage_title),
PORTEAIL_TITLE=config['TITLE'] or default_title,
CONTENT=content,
INTRODUCTION=introduction_content,
MENU=menu_content,
CSS_COLOR=css_filename,
CSS_NAME=css_name,
DEFAULT_CSS=css_menu,
VERSION=version,
}

language = config['LANG'] or default_language
languagerc = getConfig(default_dir_lang .. '/' .. language)
for k, v in pairs(languagerc) do
substitutions[k] = v
end

homepage = replace(index, substitutions)
assert(index_result:write(homepage))
assert(index_result:close())

to_be_copied = {
component .. '/' .. 'html5.js',
css_source .. '/' .. css_filename,
css_source .. '/' .. css_menu,
}
for i, filepath in pairs(to_be_copied) do
fileattr = lfs.attributes(filepath)
if not fileattr or fileattr.mode ~= 'file' then
print (filepath .. " doesn't exist or is not a file!")
os.exit(1)
end
dest = destination .. '/' .. basename(filepath)
filecontent = readFile(filepath, 'r')
destfile = assert(io.open(dest, 'wb'))
assert(destfile:write(filecontent))
assert(destfile:close())
end

--[[ END ]]--

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@@ -1,55 +0,0 @@
#!/usr/bin/env sh

# install.sh

# Copy porteail directory to user's public_html

SRCDIR=${SRCDIR:-'./porteail'}
DESTDIR=${DESTDIR:-"${HOME}/public_html"}
STATICDIR=./static

staticdir_content=0
if test -d ${STATICDIR}
then
content=`ls ${STATICDIR}|wc -l`
if test $content -gt 0
then
staticdir_content=1
fi
fi

process() {
rm -rf ${DESTDIR}/* && cp -r ${SRCDIR}/* ${DESTDIR} && echo "...installed!"
if test ${staticdir_content} -gt 0
then
cp -r ${STATICDIR}/* ${DESTDIR}
fi
}

echo "INSTALL to ${DESTDIR}..."

if ! test -d ${SRCDIR}
then
echo "${SRCDIR} directory not found!"
exit 1
fi

if ! test -d ${DESTDIR}
then
echo "${DESTDIR} directory not found!"
exit 1
fi

echo "This will delete ${DESTDIR} content and copy ${SRCDIR} into. Are you sure [y/n]?"
read response
if [ "${response}" = "y" ]
then
process
exit 0
elif [ "${response}" = "Y" ]
then
process
exit 0
else
exit 1
fi

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- 2
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@@ -1,2 +0,0 @@
POWERED_BY = Proudly powered by
POWERED_BY_DESC = Go to PorteAil project official webpage

+ 0
- 2
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@@ -1,2 +0,0 @@
POWERED_BY = Fièrement propulsé par
POWERED_BY_DESC = Aller sur la page officielle du projet PorteAil

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- 0
layouts/apps/summary.html View File

@@ -0,0 +1,5 @@
<h2>{{ .Title }}</h2>

{{ .Content }}

<div class="espace">&nbsp;</div>

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- 0
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- 0
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@@ -0,0 +1,3 @@
<p>Depotoire est un ensemble de sites webs divers et vari&eacute;s qui ne suivent aucune r&egrave;gle particuli&egrave;re.</p>
<p>Tout ce qu'il faut pour qu'un site existe : avoir la permission du possesseur de ce domaine.</p>


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- 0
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@@ -0,0 +1,6 @@
content = """Some list:

* one
* two

"""

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- 0
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@@ -0,0 +1,7 @@
<a class="cadre" href="{{ .Get "href" }}" title="{{ .Get "title" }}">
<span class="element">
{{ .Get "title" }} <br />
<img src="img/{{ if .Get "src"}}{{ .Get "src" }}{{ else }}{{ .Page.Site.Params.default_img }}{{ end }}" alt="{{ .Get "title" }} icon" title="{{ .Get "title" }}" />
</span>
</a>

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- 44
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@@ -1,44 +0,0 @@
###########################
## Main configuration ##
###########################

# Homepage title
TITLE = My portal
# CSS color file
STYLE = black.css
# Menu (if needed)
#MENU = menu.html
# Introduction (if needed)
#INTRO = introduction.html
# Destination directory
DESTINATION = porteail

###########################
## Additional config ##
###########################

##--[[ miscellaneous ]]--##

LANG = en
HOMEPAGE = Homepage
# File extension to be used to read categories
CATEGORIES_EXT = txt
# Default image
DEFAULT_IMG = generique.png
# Templates
TEMPLATE_ELEMENT = element.html
TEMPLATE_INDEX = index.html
TEMPLATE_CATEG = categories.html

##--[[ directories ]]--##

COMPONENTS = composants
CATEGORIES = categ
IMAGES = img
IMAGES_DESTINATION = image
CSS = style
INSTALLDIR = ${HOME}/public_html

##--[[ style ]]--##

CSS_NAME = defaut.css

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style/blue.css → static/css/blue.css View File


style/with_menu.css → static/css/with_menu.css View File

@@ -86,14 +86,14 @@ left: 2%;
}

/* CATEGORIES */
#corps ul.ensemble_element {
#corps ul {
min-height: 10em;
list-style-type: none;
padding: 0 5px;