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    • Jan Čermák's avatar
      initial commit of new design · 4912d326
      Jan Čermák authored
      Includes many changes - mostly change of structure of Sass project, however also
      some essential changes in templates and in rendering of config pages. But still
      a WIP, it was just too messy to be committed in a single commit later.
      4912d326
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    • Jan Čermák's avatar
      URL reversing - closes #2787 · 2306efc1
      Jan Čermák authored
      Some notes about this code - first one - the speed of this implementation: it takes
      approximately 200 ms to reverse 1000 routes in subapplication on Turris router. This
      is negligible, only page it can be noticed on is the "about:config". Minor issue is that
      it raises/catches same error when the name of the route can not be found and when
      some URL arguments are missing (both cases raise RouteBuildError in build method).
      2306efc1
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    • Jan Čermák's avatar
      first commit of somewhat-stable code (see comment below) · c42a021a
      Jan Čermák authored
      The previous development was very hectic and the code was not living in a standard
      version control repository. Now the changes are starting to be more meaningful
      (read: half of the files does not change within few minutes) and it makes sense to
      put it into a Git repository to track the changes. It still does contain a lot of
      development-related stuff, but most of the code should be "final".
      c42a021a