The Lost Rodent is a lightweight, modular library that stands in for stock directory indexers. It supports templates and can be used to enable indexing of directories on Apache or Nginx installations that explicitly disable it.
Created as a spinoff of NotSoFancy, an earlier indexing project in 2004, The Lost Rodent in its classic mode attempts to emulate the look and feel of how the Mozilla project used to render Gopherspace.
The Lost Rodent comes with sample files for installation on Apache and Nginx. It should work with more servers: anything that supports PHP and URL rewriting meets the minimum requirements.
The Lost Rodent ships with code from the Prism project and Parsedown, both under the MIT license. The original licensing text is included with each.
Prism is created by Lea Varou and can be obtained from her GitHub at https://github.com/LeaVerou/prism.
Parsedown is created by Emanuil Rusev and can be obtained from his GitHub at https://github.com/erusev/parsedown.
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