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Chaoui is a web application designed to render ALTO files and to edit them with a simple graphical interface. Its usage is documented in the wiki.
It is a full client-side application. It doesn't need any server backend and can be deployed anywhere that's able to serve static files. You only need to assemble the sources contained in this repository once and then the site can be deployed wherever you want by means of a
FTP file transfer or any other protocol of your choice.
main.js file. Make sure you have it installed and
sjw is found in your
$ sjw --help
UnitJS library so you need it installed as a
SJW package. Make sure it is installed where
sjw can find it, for example :
$ ls ~/.sjw | grep unitJS unitJS
UnitJS is only needed on the machine where you assemble
chaoui, not on the server. This behaviour is analogous to
static linking in the world of binary executables.
Assembling the application requires a call to
sjw and packing the CSS code with
cat. Both operations are implemented by the
Makefile in this repository so having the
make tool installed is recommended though optional. The content of the
Makefile documents the two lines you need to type (a call to
sjw and a call to
cat) if you can't or don't want to use
Assembling the application
Assuming you have all the dependencies above installed on your system, just open a shell at the root of this repository and type :
This will generate two files,
style.css, at the root of the repository.
$ ls css index.html js main.js Makefile README.md style.css
style.css wherever you want your web server to find them. For example assuming you have a SSH access to
yourhost.net and you want to deploy
chaoui to the path
web/chaoui on thas host you could type something like :
$ rsync -aHP index.html main.js style.css yourhost.net:web/chaoui/
Note that if you just need to use
chaoui yourself and don't need to make it available to a team, you can also simply assemble it on your host and then open
index.html in your web browser.