~kevinschoon/ayllu

Hyper Performant & Hackable Code Forge
create rudolfs data directory if it is missing
add lfs support to base and multiuser container
update example config http address to 127.0.0.1

clone

read-only
https://git.sr.ht/~kevinschoon/ayllu
read/write
git@git.sr.ht:~kevinschoon/ayllu

You can also use your local clone with git send-email.

#🌄 Ayllu

Ayllu is a hyper performant & hackable code forge optimized for single instance deployments. It leverages the distributed nature of Git with a variety of standards based integrations.

Ayllu might fit the following use cases well:

  • A drop-in replacement for gitweb allowing you to browse your repositories locally.
  • Self-hosted personal project pages with lots of customizability.
  • Small to medium sized community projects.

#Name

The name Ayllu /ˈajʎu/, eye-joo is the Quechua word for the traditional form of a community in the Andes region of South America, particularly in Bolivia and Peru.

#Project Status & Collaboration

Please note that this is still a work in progress and the project's canonical home is at ayllu-forge.org. To facilitate collaboration we have mirrors available at codeberg and sourcehut. Please feel free to use which ever platform you prefer, eventually we will import both platforms into Ayllu.

#Tickets

codeberg sourcehut

#Patches

codeberg sourcehut

#Chat

A general development channel #ayllu is available on libera.

#Features

Feature Status Notes
git-log ✅
git-clone (http & ssh) ✅
git-notes TODO
git-blame ✅
git-lfs ✅
git-verify ✅
refs (tags & branches) ✅
release exporting ✅
blob rendering ✅
tree/file browsing ✅
patch generation ✅
markdown rendering ✅
diff generation ✅
syntax highlighting ✅ via tree-sitter
source code analysis ✅
full featured rss support ✅
customizable themes ✅
static hosting ✅
activity tracking ✅
extensible plugin system ✅
WebFinger ✅
mailing list support WIP
xmpp integration WIP
activity pub based federation TBD
continuous integration TODO
graphql api TODO
centralized "hub" TODO

#Installation

See the installation section in the documentation

#Compiling From Source

Ayllu is written in rust and you'll need its compiler to build the project. Additionally you also must have the following installed on your system:

You can run the check_build_dependencies.sh script to verify you have all the necessary software on your system.

# check your build dependencies
scripts/check_build_dependencies.sh
# intialize the sqlite database
scripts/init_db_if_missing.sh
# install pico css
npm install
# build the project
cargo build