|0.0.1||Dec 9, 2019|
#9 in #solitaire
solitaire is a work in progress...
Running as a client application or shared server,
solitaire has a focus on performance, correctness, and developer comfort.
See installing.md for installation guidance. After installing, run
solitaire -h to get started.
See scripts.md for available tools for building, running, and packaging the app.
solitaire splits its code into several library crates:
solitaire-assets: Contains embedded static files intended to be served from the web application
solitaire-client: Run in the client's browser as a WebAssembly package, includes templates
solitaire-controllers: Contains actix-web HTTP controllers, usually calling methods from
solitaire-core: Contains definitions that are shared between server and client
solitaire-service: Contains the primary logic for the application. It receives RequestMessages and emits ResponseMessages
solitaire-templates: Contains Maud templates used by the server to render responses
solitaire: Stored in the root of the project, this is the app's main library and binary
The project currently exclusively uses the filesystem for saved data, no database is involved.
By default, solitaire stores config files in your system's user configuration directory.
- macOS: ~/Library/Application Support/solitaire
- Linux: ~/.config/solitaire
- Windows: %APPDATA%/solitaire/solitaire
profile/*: User profile information