It should work on any webserver without any special configuration besides enabling CGI; and it has been tested with lighttpd, thttpd, Apache and gofer.
It supports browsing records and their diffs, extracting diffs against the
current head, browsing the current tree, annotate, provides an RSS/atom feed,
Here are some demo sites you can browse to see how it looks:
You can also check out some screenshots:
DownloadThe current version is 1.2, released on 2020-11-20:
Debian and Ubuntu users can also install it using apt-get install darcsweb (note it may be an older version). If you prefer, you can use darcs instead, and do:
darcs get https://blitiri.com.ar/p/darcsweb/repos/darcsweb/
InstallAfter getting the source, copy everything to the directory inside your web space you want to put darcsweb in, and set up your webserver to allow CGIs inside it (only the darcsweb.cgi file needs CGI permissions).
To configure, copy the config.py.sample file to config.py and edit it; you will configure your repositories there. Then just browse to the cgi file.
If you have any questions, suggestions or comments, please let me know.