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README.md

Vanity

A simple web service to serve vanity Go imports. Feel free to check it out using my instance.

Vanity also supports git-import.

Configuration

When choosing a service, the default base-url will be the default server of that service:

Service Default
Gitea https://gitea.com
GitHub https://github.com
GitLab https://gitlab.com
NAME:
   vanity - Vanity Go Imports

USAGE:
   vanity [global options] command [command options] [arguments...]

VERSION:
   0.1.0+3-g6d7150e

COMMANDS:
   help, h  Shows a list of commands or help for one command

GLOBAL OPTIONS:
   --config value     Path to a config file [$VANITY_CONFIG]
   --port value       Port to run the vanity server on (default: 7777) [$VANITY_PORT]
   --domain value     Vanity domain, e.g. go.domain.tld [$VANITY_DOMAIN]
   --service value    Service type (Gitea, GitHub, GitLab) (default: "gitea") [$VANITY_SERVICE]
   --base-url value   Base URL to service [$VANITY_BASE_URL]
   --namespace value  Owner namespace [$VANITY_NAMESPACE]
   --token value      Access token [$VANITY_TOKEN]
   --include value    Repository names to include (regex) [$VANITY_INCLUDE]
   --exclude value    Repository names to exclude (regex) [$VANITY_EXCLUDE]
   --private          Include private repositories (default: false) [$VANITY_PRIVATE]
   --fork             Include forked repositories (default: false) [$VANITY_FORK]
   --mirror           Include mirrored repositories (default: false) [$VANITY_MIRROR]
   --archive          Include archived repositories (default: false) [$VANITY_ARCHIVE]
   --override value   Repository name to override (NAME=OVERRIDE) [$VANITY_OVERRIDE]
   --interval value   Interval between updating repositories (default: 15m0s) [$VANITY_INTERVAL]
   --debug            Debug logging (default: false) [$VANITY_DEBUG]
   --help, -h         show help (default: false)
   --version, -v      print the version (default: false)

Docker

docker run \
    --env VANITY_DOMAIN=go.domain.tld \
    --env VANITY_NAMESPACE=<jolheiser> \
    --env VANITY_TOKEN=<token> \
    --publish 80:7777 \
    --restart always
    jolheiser/vanity:latest

Overrides

Certain modules may not align perfectly with their repository name.

Overrides are available via config or by setting an environment variable VANITY_OVERRIDE_PACKAGE=NAME

Config-only Mode

To run Vanity in config-only mode for packages, set --service to off.

Manual Mode

To run Vanity without automatic updating, use --manual.

When running with manual-mode, the provided button or /_/update endpoint can be used once every --interval.

Topic Lists

By setting --topics, anyone visiting the index page will see packages grouped by their topics.

Regardless of the setting, you can switch beteween list-view and topic-view with the provided button or changing the URL between ?format=list and ?format=topics.

API

In order to preserve namespaces for packages, Vanity's API uses the URL /_/{endpoint}

Vanity currently supports /_/status and /_/update, to get some status information and update the package cache respectively.

License

MIT