a gopher version of cgit

KatolaZ katolaz at freaknet.org
Thu Aug 2 11:15:02 CEST 2018

Dear cgitters,

just to let you know that I have been working on a mod/fork of cgit
with a Gopher (RCF 1436) interface, that I called "cgit-70". The repo
is available at:


and a demo with some repos can be accessed via Gopher at:


I have basically replaced HTML generation with Gopher stuff, and
simplified a bit the interface, since Gopher allows for just one
"link" (called "selector) per line. The plan for now is to keep it in
line with cgit, using as much as possible separate files (you will
notice the ui_70-*.c files in the tree).

Despite being mostly based on cgit, which is a rock-solid project, and
even if it already provides most of the basic cgit functionalities,
cgit-70 is still to be considered in alpha stage. I don't expect the
project to be of any relevance, but wanted to share it anyway, just in
case anybody here still uses or remembers Gopher, and wants to give it
a try :)

No need to say that comments, suggestions, critics, and feedback would
be very welcome.

Sorry for the noise, and thanks again to the cgit devs for the great
work they have done.



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