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Re: [Artanis] Beginner: Trouble running artanis without '/etc/artanis/'

From: Tonton
Subject: Re: [Artanis] Beginner: Trouble running artanis without '/etc/artanis/'
Date: Fri, 29 Jun 2018 03:46:11 +0200

I found I can start the server with 'art work'.

I still have no clue how I add index.html... Tried 'art draw controller index
show' and got some files. But the index (localhost:port/) still gives me the
"can't find index.html". Same happens when I add a index.html file to the
root of the app directory.

I'm guessing I'm missing some URL routing and more, but I don't understand
where this should live.

For some reason the art command crashes with a backtrace on all incorrect
invocations and with the --help flag; which is why I didn't try it until now.
Might be because of some guix specifics. I haven't had the time to look into
it yet.

On Fri, 29 Jun 2018 01:21:07 +0200
Tonton <address@hidden> wrote:

> Hey!
> I've finally gotten around to try out Artanis, but I struggle making it even
> start.
> I'm on GuixSD, so I can create files in /etc/ but I prefer not to. I guess
> that would have made the start a bit simpler. (This is because in GuixSD
> _everything_ can be/is defined in a configuration file for the OS - And I'd
> like to add it through the config, which currently is a teenie bit of work
> on my end, I'd prefer getting Artanis working without this requirement)
> I packaged artanis 0.2.5 and am using it for my efforts here (will send it
> to Guix ASAP).
> I saw in the docs I can use an application folder as an alternative
> to /etc/artanis/... So I used 'art create PROJECT' to create one. First
> reaction is "wow, that's a lot of files and folders - I have no idea where
> to start..."; I couldn't really figure out how to get started from this.
> I tried evaluating the ENTRY file in geiser, and keep getting:
>       #<procedure init-config ()> "Fatal error! Do you
>       have /etc/artanis/artanis.conf?"
> Not sure how to get around this, without adding files to /etc/ - which I
> don't want to do.
> I am also a beginner at Scheme/Lisp, but so far most things make sense. The
> docs look good as reference, but I am missing a sort of noob guide or
> similar for this. Love the intro to scheme for X-istas   :-)
> Look forward to hacking on a webpage and if I'm capable, Artanis.
> Tonton
>       :-)

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