Repositories of the Lino framework¶
Until 2021 our repositories were hosted on GitHub. In March 2021 we started to move to GitLab. Check Moving from GitHub to GitLab when in doubt whether your clone is up to date.
General framework repositories¶
lino package contains the core of the framework and includes the
Standard Plugin Library, a plugin library with basic features like system
users, notifications, comments, printing and others. These features are
included in most real-world Lino applications.
Project homepage: https://gitlab.com/lino-framework/lino
Lino Extensions Library¶
lino_xl package contains the Lino Extensions Library.
Project homepage: https://github.com/lino-framework/xl
Each Lino application has its own repository. See List of known Lino applications.
We differentiate between "stand-alone" and "privileged" apps. See Lino applications covered by the book.
These repositories contain mostly
.rst source code files used to
Project homepage: https://gitlab.com/lino-framework/lf
Published at: https://www.lino-framework.org
Project homepage: https://gitlab.com/lino-framework/cg
Published at: https://community.lino-framework.org
Project homepage: https://gitlab.com/lino-framework/ug
Published at: https://using.lino-framework.org
Project homepage: https://gitlab.com/lino-framework/hg
Published at: https://hosting.lino-framework.org
This repository contains the source code of the Developer Guide
(which you are reading right now), a collection of demo projects (in
lino_book.projects), and the main test suite for
the Lino framework.
Project homepage: https://gitlab.com/lino-framework/book
Published at: https://dev.lino-framework.org
Alternative front ends¶
See also About front ends.
React front end¶
ExtJS 6 front end¶
OpenUI5 front end¶
A proof of concept for a Lino front end that uses SAP's OpenUI toolkit.
PyQt front end¶
A proof of concept for a Lino front end that uses the PyQt toolkit.
You can see it by saying
pm qtclient in the project directory of any demo project
(after having said
pip install PyQt5).
Utilities maintained by the Lino team¶
Some packages that might be useful to non-Lino Python projects are not covered in the Lino Book because they are actually not at all related to Lino, except that Lino depends on them and that they are maintained by the Lino team:
getlinois the Lino installer.
atelieris a minimalist "development framework", including a project management a suite of invoke commands and a set of Sphinx extensions.
rstgenis a library to generate reSTructuredText snippets.
etgenis used for generating HTML or XML via ElementTree.
commondatais an experimental project for storing and maintaining common data as Python code without any front end.