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+  If the program does terminal interaction, make it output a short
+notice like this when it starts in an interactive mode:
+    <program>  Copyright (C) <year>  <name of author>
+    This program comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY; for details type `show w'.
+    This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it
+    under certain conditions; type `show c' for details.
+The hypothetical commands `show w' and `show c' should show the appropriate
+parts of the General Public License.  Of course, your program's commands
+might be different; for a GUI interface, you would use an "about box".
+  You should also get your employer (if you work as a programmer) or school,
+if any, to sign a "copyright disclaimer" for the program, if necessary.
+For more information on this, and how to apply and follow the GNU GPL, see
+  The GNU General Public License does not permit incorporating your program
+into proprietary programs.  If your program is a subroutine library, you
+may consider it more useful to permit linking proprietary applications with
+the library.  If this is what you want to do, use the GNU Lesser General
+Public License instead of this License.  But first, please read

+ 32 - 7

@@ -6,14 +6,24 @@
 * Inspired by the much better/full-featured
 * Not sure if this will be widely useful, mostly written for learning purposes.
+## Design Goals ##
+* General purpose/easy to use
+* Easy to hack/customize
+* Small library dependency footprint
 ## Features ##
-* Generate top level index with links to all projects - POC DONE
-* Generate project specific index with links to git log/diffs and file content of repo - POC DONE
+* Generate top level index with links to all projects
+* Generate project specific index with links to git log/diffs and file content of repo
+* Extremely basic markdown parser (only supports headings and non nested bullets
+* Code needs to be more robust / handle failure cases
 * Diff highlighting for log
 * Line numbers for file browsing
 * markdown renderer/parser / display in project index
-* Figure out way to expose clone/merge/etc interface
 * (Stretch Goal) HTML based syntax highlighting for files
 * Support detection of misconfig of config file
@@ -23,10 +33,25 @@
 * -- probably a bad name, used for writing HTML files and/or editing text in other data structures with html content
 * -- module for parsing markdown. Likely a fools errand to be writing this myself but I'd like to try
 * -- module to parse gsg config, might be overkill to have it's own module
-    * gsg.config -- Config file that gsg reads to inform behavior (git repos dir, what to include/exclude, etc)
+* gsg.config -- Config file that gsg reads to inform behavior (git repos dir, what to include/exclude, etc)
-## Deps ##
+## Deps/Compatibility ##
+* Linux only (will probably work on BSD?)
 * ( )
 * git
-* Perl Log4Perl
-* Perl GetOpts
+* Perl Log4Perl (packaged by most Linux distros)
+* Perl GetOpt   (packaged by most Linux distros)
+* Assumes git directories are suffixed with ".git"
+## How to use ##
+1. Clone this repo and run the install script ( must have also cloned/installed aforementioned Shellex dep )
+2. Edit the config file with your desired params or create one and pass it in with `gsg --config-file $path_to_config` , delete any that you are not using
+3. Run ./gsg
+## Contributions/Issues/Bugs ##
+Reach out to me at via email at pm dot me, spesk@.
+If it turns out that people actually want to use this I'll move it to another git host
+that provides more features for a collaborative workflow.
+## License ##
+GPLv3 - see

+ 3 - 0

@@ -0,0 +1,3 @@
+GitHome = "/home/git"
+WebRoot = "/var/www/html/git"
+IgnoredProjects = [ "/home/git/projec_to_ignore.git/", "/home/git/some_project_to_ignore2.git/" ]

+ 49 - 14

@@ -8,9 +8,10 @@ use Log::Log4perl qw(:easy);
 use lib "/usr/local/lib";
 use Shellex::Shellex qw(shellex findBin);
 use Gsg::ConfigParse qw(parse_gsg_config);
-use Gsg::Gather qw(get_file_tree get_projects);
-use Gsg::Html qw(write_file append_file write_root_index);
+use Gsg::Gather qw(get_file_tree get_projects trim_project_paths);
+use Gsg::Html qw(write_file append_file write_root_index clean_web_root write_project_content);
+# TODO set this in config file?
 my $log_file = "gsg.log";
 sub get_log_name { return $log_file; };
 my $log_conf = q(
@@ -30,30 +31,64 @@ my $log_conf = q(
 my $logger = get_logger();
-my $config_file = "config.example";
+# Args processing: TODO
+my %args;
+	\%args,
+	"config-file=s",
+	"version",
+my $version = "0.1";
+if ( defined $args{'version'} ) {
+	print "git-site-gen: Version $version\n";
+	exit 0;
+# Read config
+my $config_file;
+if ( ! defined $args{'config-file'} ) {
+	$config_file = "config.default";
+} else {
+	$config_file = $args{'config-file'};
 my %config = parse_gsg_config($config_file,$logger);
+# Set default vars 
 my $web_root = $config{'WebRoot'};
 my $web_projects_dir = $web_root . "/projects/";
-my $root_index = $web_projects_dir . "index.html";
+my $root_index = $web_root . "/" . "index.html";
-foreach my $key ( keys %config ) {
-	if ( $key eq "IgnoredProjects" ) {
-		print "$key contains:\n";
-		foreach my $val ( @{$config{$key}} ) {
-			print "$val\n";
+# Really just here for testing right now
+sub dump_config {
+	foreach my $key ( keys %config ) {
+		if ( $key eq "IgnoredProjects" ) {
+			print "$key contains:\n";
+			foreach my $val ( @{$config{$key}} ) {
+				print "$val\n";
+			}
+		} else {
+			print "Key is $key and val is $config{$key}\n";
-	} else {
-		print "Key is $key and val is $config{$key}\n";
-print "Projects are:\n";
+# Get projects list
 my $git_projects_ref = get_projects($config{'GitHome'},$config{'IgnoredProjects'},$logger);
 foreach my $p ( @$git_projects_ref ) {
 	print "$p\n";
-# write_root_index($root_index,$git_projects_ref);
-# my ( $file_tree_ref, $file_content_ref, $commits_ref ) = get_file_tree($project_dir,$logger);
+# Get trimmed (name only) git projects
+my $trimmed_git_projects_ref = trim_project_paths($git_projects_ref,$logger);
+# Clean webroot if there is anything we no longer want to display
+# clean_web_root($web_projects_dir,$trimmed_git_projects_ref,$logger);
+# Write root index
+# Write project contents

+ 0 - 11

@@ -1,11 +0,0 @@
-2019/06/21 21:00:48 INFO >> Running: which cat 2>&1 
-2019/06/21 21:00:48 INFO >> Returned: 0 
-2019/06/21 21:00:48 INFO >> Running: /bin/cat config.example 2>&1 
-2019/06/21 21:00:48 INFO >> Returned: 0 
-2019/06/21 21:00:48 INFO >> Running: which ls 2>&1 
-2019/06/21 21:00:48 INFO >> Returned: 0 
-2019/06/21 21:00:48 INFO >> Running: /bin/ls -d /home/git/*/ 2>&1 
-2019/06/21 21:00:48 INFO >> Returned: 0 
-2019/06/21 21:00:48 INFO >> Found /home/git/finance-perl.git/ in ignore list, skipping... 
-2019/06/21 21:00:48 INFO >> Found /home/git/git-site-gen.git/ in ignore list, skipping... 
-2019/06/21 21:00:48 INFO >> Found /home/git/misc-scripts.git/ in ignore list, skipping... 



+ 22 - 2

@@ -4,7 +4,7 @@ use warnings;
 use Log::Log4perl qw(:easy);
 use Shellex::Shellex qw(shellex findBin);
 use Exporter qw(import);
-our @EXPORT_OK = qw(get_file_tree get_projects);
+our @EXPORT_OK = qw(get_file_tree get_projects trim_project_paths);
 sub get_projects($$$) {
@@ -29,6 +29,25 @@ sub get_projects($$$) {
+sub trim_project_paths($$) {
+	my $projects_ref = shift;
+	my $logger = shift;
+	my @trimmed_projects;
+	foreach my $project_path ( @$projects_ref ) {
+		# Chop parts of the path we dont need for the web root
+		# /some/path/project.git/ -> project.git/
+		if ( $project_path =~ m/\/?([^\/]+\.[^\.]+$)/ ) {
+			push(@trimmed_projects, $1);
+		}
+	}
+	$logger->info("Returning trimmed project paths");
+	return \@trimmed_projects;
 sub get_file_tree($$) {
 	my $projectDir = shift;
@@ -68,7 +87,8 @@ sub get_file_tree($$) {
 		$commits{$commit_id} = $commit_info;
-	return ( \%file_tree, \%file_content, \%commits );
+	# We return commit_ids as well to preserve ordering
+	return ( \%file_tree, \%file_content, \%commits, \@commit_ids );

+ 115 - 7

@@ -2,11 +2,19 @@ package Gsg::Html;
 use strict;
 use warnings;
 use Log::Log4perl qw(:easy);
+use lib "/usr/local/lib";
+use Shellex::Shellex qw(shellex findBin);
+use Gsg::Gather qw(get_file_tree);
+use Gsg::MdParse qw (render_readme);
 use Exporter qw(import);
-our @EXPORT_OK = qw(write_file append_file write_root_index);
+our @EXPORT_OK = qw(
+	write_file append_file write_root_index clean_web_root
+	write_project_content
 # These subs might belong in shellex
-sub write_file {
+# Add logger for write opts TODO
+sub write_file($$) {
 	my $content = shift;
 	my $path = shift;
@@ -16,7 +24,7 @@ sub write_file {
-sub append_file {
+sub append_file($$) {
 	my $content = shift;
 	my $path = shift;
 	open(my $fh, ">>", $path) or die "Couldnt open $path\n";
@@ -24,22 +32,122 @@ sub append_file {
 	close $fh;
-sub write_root_index {
+sub write_root_index($$$$) {
 	my $index = shift;
 	my $project_dirs_ref = shift;
+	my $web_projects_dir_path = shift;
+	my $logger = shift;
 	write_file("", $index);
 	append_file("<html><body><b>Git Projects</b><br><head><META NAME=\"ROBOTS\" CONTENT=\"NOINDEX, NOFOLLOW\"></head>\n",$index);
-	append_file("<small><i>Statically generated web root for browsing my git projects</i></small><br>",$index);
+	append_file("<small><i>Statically generated web root for browsing this git server</i></small><br>",$index);
 	append_file("<small><i>This is a read-only site and does not provide a merge/clone interface</i></small><hr/>",$index);
+	my $mkdirCmd = findBin("mkdir",$logger);
 	foreach my $project ( @$project_dirs_ref ) {
+		my $indexPath = $project . "index.html";
 		append_file("<table><div id=\"cotent\"><table id=\"index\"><tbody>",$index);
-		append_file("<tr><td><a href=\"projects/$project/index.html\">$project</a></td>",$index);
-		system("mkdir -p $projects_dir$project") == 0 or die "Couldnt create $projects_dir/$project";
+		append_file("<tr><td><a href=\"projects/$indexPath\">$project</a></td>",$index);
+		shellex("$mkdirCmd -p $web_projects_dir_path$project",$logger);
+	$logger->info("Wrote root index at $index");
+# Main sub for generating project page
+# Might make more sense to split into more subs?
+sub write_project_content($$$$) {
+	my $project_dirs_ref = shift;
+	my $trimmed_project_dirs_ref = shift;
+	my $web_projects_dir = shift;
+	my $logger = shift;
+	# Make these array's easier to work with in a hash
+	# Key is path to actual git dir, val is path to associated web dir
+	my %projects_map;
+	@projects_map{@$project_dirs_ref} = @$trimmed_project_dirs_ref;
+	$logger->info("Assembling data structures of git info");
+	# Write files part of project index
+	foreach my $project_path ( keys %projects_map ) {
+		my $spec_web_dir = $web_projects_dir . $projects_map{$project_path};
+		my $project_index = $spec_web_dir . "index.html";
+		write_file("",$project_index);
+		append_file("<html><a href=\"../../index.html\">Return to index</a></b><hr/>",$project_index);
+		# Get all project data structures/info
+		my ( $file_tree_ref, $file_content_ref, $commits_ref, $commit_ids_ref ) = get_file_tree($project_path,$logger);
+		# Handle README
+		if ( grep /^$/, keys %$file_content_ref ) {
+			$logger->info("$projects_map{$project_path} contains a README");
+			my $readme_html = render_readme(${$file_content_ref}{''},$logger);
+			append_file("$readme_html",$project_index);
+		}
+		append_file("<b>Files for $projects_map{$project_path}</b><br>",$project_index);
+		append_file("<hr/>",$project_index);
+		## Write files ##
+		append_file("<table><div id=\"cotent\"><table id=\"index\"><thead><tr><td><b>File</b></td><td><b>Commit</b></td></tr></thead><tbody>",$project_index);
+		foreach my $filename ( sort keys %$file_content_ref ) {
+			my $browserCompat = $filename . ".txt";
+			# Rewrite dir paths so we can save on disk without producing actual dir structure
+			if ( $filename =~ m/\// ) {
+				my $copy = $filename;
+				$copy =~ s/\//_/g;
+				$browserCompat = $copy . ".txt";
+			}
+			append_file("<tr><td><a href=\"$browserCompat\">$filename</a></td><td>${$file_tree_ref}{$filename}</td>",$project_index);
+			write_file("${$file_content_ref}{$filename}",$spec_web_dir . $browserCompat);
+		}
+	append_file("</tr></tbody></table></div></body>",$project_index);
+	append_file("<br>", $project_index);
+	append_file("<html><b>Logs for $projects_map{$project_path}</b><br>",$project_index);
+	append_file("<table><div id=\"cotent\"><table id=\"index\"><tbody>",$project_index);
+	append_file("<hr/>",$project_index);
+	# iterate over array to keep ordering
+	foreach my $commit_id ( @$commit_ids_ref ) {
+		my $filename = $commit_id . ".txt";
+		append_file("<tr><td><a href=\"$filename\">$filename</a></td>",$project_index);
+		write_file(${$commits_ref}{$commit_id},$spec_web_dir . $filename);
+        }
+        append_file("</tr></tbody></table></div></body>",$project_index);
+        append_file("</html>",$project_index);
+	}
+	$logger->info("Done writing files");
+# Not used currently, need to do more trimming/etc
+# Work around is rm -rf the webroot manually and then just rerun gsg
+sub clean_web_root($$$) {
+	my $web_projects_dir_path = shift;
+	my $git_projects_ref = shift;
+	my $logger = shift;
+	my $lsCmd = findBin("ls",$logger);
+	my $rmCmd = findBin("rm",$logger);
+	foreach my $dir ( split("\n", shellex("$lsCmd -d $web_projects_dir_path/*/",$logger)) ) {
+			if ( ! grep( /^$dir$/, @$git_projects_ref ) ) {
+			$logger->info("Found $dir in webroot but not in git root, removing...");
+			my $rmdir = $web_projects_dir_path . $dir;
+			$logger->info("Would remove $rmdir");
+			# Does this need to be safer? TODO
+			#shellex("$rmCmd $rmdir/*",$logger);
+			#shellex("$rmCmd -d $rmdir",$logger);
+		}
+	}

+ 71 - 2

@@ -3,7 +3,76 @@ use strict;
 use warnings;
 use Log::Log4perl qw(:easy);
 use Exporter qw(import);
-our @EXPORT_OK = qw();
+our @EXPORT_OK = qw(render_readme);
+# README content is passed in as a var, sub returned an HTML version of the parsed markdown
+sub render_readme($$) {
+	my $readme_content = shift;
+	my $logger = shift;
+	my $html_readme;
+	# Might be a better way to do this? TODO
+	open my $fh, '>>', \$html_readme or die "Can't open variable: $!";
+	# Main parsing logic, doing it line by line
+	# I have some ideas on how to make this more robust/efficient,
+	# but starting with below for POC
+	foreach my $line ( split("\n", $readme_content) ) {
+		if ( $line =~ m/^#{1}(?!#)(.*)#$|^#{1}(?!#)(.*)$/ ) {
+			my $parsed_line;
+			if ( ! defined $1 || $1 eq "" ) {
+				$parsed_line = "<h1>$2</h1>";
+			} else {
+				$parsed_line = "<h1>$1</h1>";
+			}
+			print $fh "$parsed_line";
+		} elsif ( $line =~ m/^#{2}(?!#)(.*)#{2}$|^#{2}(?!#)(.*)$/ ) {
+			my $parsed_line;
+			if ( ! defined $1 || $1 eq "" ) {
+				$parsed_line = "<h2>$2</h2>";
+			} else {
+				$parsed_line = "<h2>$1</h2>";
+			}
+			print $fh "$parsed_line";
+		} elsif ( $line =~ m/^#{3}(?!#)(.*)#{3}$|^#{3}(?!#)(.*)$/ ) {
+			my $parsed_line;
+			if ( ! defined $1 || $1 eq "" ) {
+				$parsed_line = "<h3>$2</h3>";
+			} else {
+				$parsed_line = "<h3>$1</h3>";
+			}
+			print $fh "$parsed_line";
+		} elsif ( $line =~ m/^#{4}(?!#)(.*)#{4}$|^#{4}(?!#)(.*)$/ ) {
+			my $parsed_line;
+			if ( ! defined $1 || $1 eq "" ) {
+				$parsed_line = "<h4>$2</h4>";
+			} else {
+				$parsed_line = "<h4>$1</h4>";
+			}
+			print $fh "$parsed_line";
+		} elsif ( $line =~ m/^#{5}(?!#)(.*)#{5}$|^#{5}(?!#)(.*)$/ ) {
+			my $parsed_line;
+			if ( ! defined $1 || $1 eq "" ) {
+				$parsed_line = "<h5>$2</h5>";
+			} else {
+				$parsed_line = "<h5>$1</h5>";
+			}
+			print $fh "$parsed_line";
+		} elsif ( $line =~ m/^\*(.*)/ ) {
+			my $parsed_line = "<ul><li>$1</li></ul>";
+			print $fh "$parsed_line";
+		}
+		else {
+			print $fh "$line</br>";
+		}
+	}
+	print $fh "</br><hr\>";
+	close $fh;
+	$logger->info("Parsed README");
+	return $html_readme;