An ergonomic and elegant framework for creating Gemini servers and SCGI apps without needless bloat
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use anyhow::*;
use log::LevelFilter;
use kochab::{Document, document::HeadingLevel, Request, Response};
/// A quick demo to show off how an app can have multiple handlers on diffrent routes
/// We set up three different routes:
/// * `/route/long/*`
/// * `/route/*`
/// * `/*` which matches any other route
/// Each route generates a slightly different page, although they all use the same layout
/// through the [`generate_doc()`] method. Each page states which route was matched, and
/// all the trailing path segments.
/// For example, a request to `/route/trail` would be matched by the short route
/// (`/route/*`) with the trailing path segment `["trail"]`
async fn main() -> Result<()> {
// We set up logging so we can see what's happening. This isn't technically required,
// and you can use a simpler solution (like env_logger::init()) during production
.filter_module("kochab", LevelFilter::Debug)
kochab::Server::new() // Create a new server
.add_route("/", handle_base) // Register the base route (order irrelevant)
.add_route("/route", handle_short) // Reigster the short route
.add_route("/route/long", handle_long) // Register the long route
.serve_ip("localhost:1965") // Start the server
async fn handle_base(req: Request) -> Result<Response> {
let doc = generate_doc("base", &req);
async fn handle_short(req: Request) -> Result<Response> {
let doc = generate_doc("short", &req);
async fn handle_long(req: Request) -> Result<Response> {
let doc = generate_doc("long", &req);
fn generate_doc(route_name: &str, req: &Request) -> Document {
// Trailing segments comes in as a Vec of segments, so we join them together for
// display purposes
let trailing = req.trailing_segments().join("/");
let mut doc = Document::new();
doc.add_heading(HeadingLevel::H1, "Routing Demo")
.add_text(&format!("You're currently on the {} route", route_name))
.add_text(&format!("Trailing segments: /{}", trailing))
.add_text("Here's some links to try:")