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capitains-nautilus 1.0.1

Resolver for Capitains Guidelines Repository

Capitains Nautilus
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Documentation
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CapiTainS Nautilus provides a Flask extension to build upon MyCapytain resolver. The finale goal of the application, built
upon `MyCapytain <https: github.com="" capitains="" mycapytain="">`_, is to serve either as a Web-API provider (Currently supporting
CTS, partly DTS. OAI-PMH and a Sparql endpoint are scheduled.) These API can be used to access portion of or complete texts
using standards. Metadata are exposed as well.

A second goal of Nautilus is to serve as a cache wrapper for resolver, in order to speed up serving texts for user interfaces
such as `Nemo <https: github.com="" capitains="" flask-capitains-nemo="">`_ .

A known implementation can be found at `the University of Leipzig <http: cts.dh.uni-leipzig.de="" api="" cts="">`_ . You can find the
set-up files on `Github <https: github.com="" opengreekandlatin="" leipzig_cts="">`_

Trying Nautilus with a test dataset example
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With Python 3 only !

.. code-block:: shell

git clone https://github.com/Capitains/Nautilus.git
virtualenv -p /usr/bin/python3 venv
source venv/bin/activate
python app.py

Now go to http://localhost:5000 and check out http://localhost:5000/api/cts , http://localhost:5000/api/dts/collections,
http://localhost:5000/api/cts?request=GetValidReff

Running Nautilus from the command line
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This small tutorial takes that you have one or more Capitains formated repositories (such as http://github.com/PerseusDL/canonical-latinLit ) in the folders /home/USERNAME/repository1 where USERNAME is your user session name.


1. (Advised) Create a virtual environment and source it : :code:`virtualenv -p /usr/bin/python3 env`, :code:`source env/bin/activate`
2. **With development version:**
- Clone the repository : :code:`git clone https://github.com/Capitains/Nautilus.git`
- Go to the directory : :code:`cd Nautilus`
- Install the source with develop option : :code:`python setup.py develop`
2. **With production version (not available for now):**
- Install from pip : :code:`pip install capitains-nautilus`
3. You will be able now to call capitains nautilus help information through :code:`capitains-nautilus --help`
4. Basic setting for testing a directory is :code:`capitains-nautilus --debug /home/USERNAME/repository1`. This can take more than one repository at the end such as :code:`capitains-nautilus --debug /home/USERNAME/repository1 /home/USERNAME/repository2`. You can force host and port through --host and --port parameters.


Source for the tests
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Textual resources and inventories are owned by Perseus under CC-BY Licences. See https://github.com/PerseusDL/canonical-latinLit and https://github.com/PerseusDL/canonical-farsiLit
 
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