An archive for Connexions documents.
This is an archive for Connexions documents. It holds published documents and collections of documents. It is accessible to the public via a read-only API. It has an optional write API for publishing content from an unpublished repository.
This installation procedure attempts to cover two platforms, the Mac and Debian based systems. If you are using a platform other these, attempt to muddle through the instructions, then feel free to either file an issue or contact Connexions for further assistance.
This will require a PostgreSQL install that is greater than or equal to version 9.3. We have two postgres extension dependencies: plpythonu and plxslt.
On a Mac, use the PostgresApp (currently using version 9.4). See Documentation for installing Command Line Tools.
On Debian (and Ubuntu), issue the following command:
apt-get install postgresql-9.3 postgresql-server-dev-9.3 postgresql-client-9.3 postgresql-contrib-9.3 postgresql-plpython-9.3
Verify the install and port by using pg_lsclusters. If the 9.3 cluster is not the first one installed (which it likely is not), note the port and cluster name. For example, the second cluster installed will end up by default with port 5433, and a cluster named main.
Set the PGCLUSTER environment variable to make psql and other postgresql command line tools connect to the appropriate server. For the example above, use:
The plpythonu extension comes with the
which you don’t have to install this one manuallly.
We’ve included the postgresql-plpython package
in the previous installation command, for Debian and Ubuntu.
The plxslt package can be found on github at petere/plxslt). You’ll need to build and install this package manually.
On a Mac, this can be done using the following commands,
assuming you have both
Make sure that pkg-config is properly install by typing pkg-config --version. If it isn’t installed type brew install pkg-config to install it.
brew install libxml2 libxslt which psql # Make sure this returns: /Applications/Postgres93.app/Contents/MacOS/bin/psql # Otherwise, you may need to add this path to ~/.profile git clone https://github.com/petere/plxslt cd plxslt export PKG_CONFIG_PATH=/usr/local/opt/libxml2/lib/pkgconfig:/usr/local/opt/libxslt/lib/pkgconfig make && make install cd ..
On a Debian based system, the installation is as follows:
apt-get install libxml2-dev libxslt-dev git clone https://github.com/petere/plxslt cd plxslt make && make install cd ..
This is optional, but required if you choose to install the python packages into a virtualenv.
git clone https://github.com/okbob/session_exec cd session_exec make USE_PGXS=1 && make USE_PGXS=1 install
If you are using PostgreSQL 9.3 rather than >= 9.4, clone reedstrm/session_exec instead.
This Postgres Extension is used to activate the virtualenv site-packages on any successful connection to the database, which then allows for importing packages that are only installed in the virtualenv.
The default settings for the database are setup to use the following credentials:
Not that it needs to be said, but just in case… In a production setting, you should change these values.
If you decided to change any of these default values, please ensure you also change them in the application’s configuration file, which is discussed later in this instructions.
To set up the database, issue the following commands (these will use the default cluster, as defined above)
OSX Note: You may need to create the postgres user: psql -d postgres -c "CREATE USER postgres WITH SUPERUSER;"
psql -U postgres -d postgres -c "CREATE USER cnxarchive WITH SUPERUSER PASSWORD 'cnxarchive';" createdb -U postgres -O cnxarchive cnxarchive psql cnxarchive #to confirm the the table has been created.
If you want to use memcached, you can install memcached and configure the memcached servers in development.ini:
apt-get install memcached
Before installing cnx-archive, you need to first install the dependencies that have not been released to the public package repositories:
git clone https://github.com/Connexions/cnx-query-grammar.git cd cnx-query-grammar python setup.py install cd .. git clone https://github.com/Connexions/rhaptos.cnxmlutils.git cd rhaptos.cnxmlutils python setup.py install cd ..
To install the application itself:
python setup.py install
OSX Note Make sure that XCode command line tools is installed by typing in:
This will install the package and a few application specific scripts. One of these scripts is used to initialize the database with the applications schema.
You can optionally pass --with-example-data to the database initialization command, which will populate the database with a small set of content.
To run the application, use the paste script with the serve command. (The paste script and serve command come from PasteScript and PasteDeploy, respectively.)
This example uses the development.ini, which has been supplied with the package. If you changed any of the database setup values, you’ll also need to change them in the configuration file.:
paster serve development.ini
You can then surf to the address printed out by the above command.
The tests use the standard library unittest package and can therefore be run with minimal effort. Make a testing config, such as testing.ini, and set the environment variable TESTING_CONFIG to the name of that file:
Then, use either of the following to invoke the test suite:
$ python -m unittest discover $ python setup.py test
This uses example data found in the cxarchive/tests/data directory.
This software is subject to the provisions of the GNU Affero General Public License Version 3.0 (AGPL). See license.txt for details. Copyright (c) 2013 Rice University
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