hledger-web-1.1: Web interface for the hledger accounting tool

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Settings are centralized, as much as possible, into this file. This includes database connection settings, static file locations, etc. In addition, you can configure a number of different aspects of Yesod by overriding methods in the Yesod typeclass. That instance is declared in the Foundation.hs file.



defhost :: String Source #

The default IP address to listen on. May be overridden with --host.

defport :: Int Source #

The default TCP port to listen on. May be overridden with --port.

staticDir :: FilePath Source #

The location of static files on your system. This is a file system path. The default value works properly with your scaffolded site.

staticRoot :: AppConfig DefaultEnv Extra -> Text Source #

The base URL for your static files. As you can see by the default value, this can simply be "static" appended to your application root. A powerful optimization can be serving static files from a separate domain name. This allows you to use a web server optimized for static files, more easily set expires and cache values, and avoid possibly costly transference of cookies on static files. For more information, please see: http://code.google.com/speed/page-speed/docs/request.html#ServeFromCookielessDomain

If you change the resource pattern for StaticR in Foundation.hs, you will have to make a corresponding change here.

To see how this value is used, see urlRenderOverride in Foundation.hs

widgetFileSettings :: WidgetFileSettings Source #

Settings for widgetFile, such as which template languages to support and default Hamlet settings.

data Extra Source #