Baguette

`dnsmanager` is a server application for the `netlibre` website allowing to manage domain names and their zones. This application is to be combined with its web interface and the `authd` service for authentication.

Updated 3 hours ago

This currently is a test to create a new kind of (very simple) parser that could handle arbitrary error messages. I want my errors to be easily translated in different languages, so they shouldn't be arbitrary strings.

Updated 4 days ago

Authentication server providing tokens for users. Usable by all libIPC services.

Updated 4 days ago

Basic tools for Baguette projects based on the crystal language. Currently implemented: logging system.

Updated 4 days ago

Documentation for the Baguette infrastructure, including man-pages and configuration files.

Updated 7 months ago

Simple file transfer server through libIPC communications.

Updated 7 months ago

LibIPC: the simplest IPC library you'll probably find.

Updated 8 months ago

LibIPC usage examples in many languages.

Updated 9 months ago

Document-oriented DataBase. A full Crystal database management without SQL, storing data in plain files.

Updated 10 months ago

OLD IMPLEMENTATION. The new one is in Zig and fucking ROCKS: https://git.baguette.netlib.re/Baguette/libipc Inter-Process Communication library based on unix sockets.

Updated 1 year ago

A zsh-powered tool that writes plain, simple Makefiles.

Updated 1 year ago

LibIPC bindings for the Crystal language. This library also includes JSON and CBOR helpers for network communications.

Updated 1 year ago

OLD IMPLEMENTATION. See https://git.baguette.netlib.re/Baguette/ipc.cr for the new version. LibIPC bindings for the Crystal language. This library also includes JSON and CBOR helpers for network communications.

Updated 1 year ago

This is a generic mailer. It can be used to send emails via a template. In a near future, it will be able to be a daemon so we can request it through libipc.

Updated 1 year ago

Package.mk is the Makefile to create packages, and will also serve as a package manager in a near future.

Updated 1 year ago

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