Gitar is a simple web app to easily host Git repositories using the Django framework.

About Gitar

Gitar is a hobby project of me, to make it easy for people to scroll through the code I publish, in a read-only fashion. It makes use of Pygments to read the source files, and apply the appropriate syntax coloring.

All repositories are automatically updated when changes have been pushed to the server, without any manual intervention from me. Special attention goes to clean URL design, adhering to web standards, and responsive design across all screen types.

Gitar is a project under development! While it's certainly presentable, there's still a lot of room for improvement.
Also, if you happen to walk in while I'm working, it's possible you'll fall through the floor, so be warned =D

Public repositories

Software stubs I've written for the course of Object Oriented Programming 2.

  • code Java
  • copyright ?

My personal dotfiles.

  • code N/A
  • copyright CC0

An attempt to create an easy to use Java layer over the cruft that is Swing.

  • code Java
  • copyright GNU GPL v3+

For when I want to goof around with something completely useless XD

  • code Any
  • copyright Apache v2+

What you get when Django and Git come together to mimick GitHub.

  • code Python
  • copyright GNU AGPL v3+

Source code that makes up my website's home pages

  • code Python
  • copyright ?

Source code that makes my blog work properly.

  • code Python
  • copyright GNU GPL v3+

The web based software for Hasselt University

  • code Python
  • copyright GNU AGPL v3+