Meieraha version 2
Depending on how you obtain the package, you may install it in different ways. If the package was obtained as a source distribution, you should install it using pip:
$ pip install meieraha2-<version>.zip
If you checked out a development repository, you may install the package by running:
$ python setup.py install
If you are planning on developing the package, a useful alternative to installation is:
$ python setup.py develop
or, if you do not have write access to your Python installation and are not using a virtualenv:
$ python setup.py develop --user
The package contains a Flask-based web application. To launch the application you need to do the following:
Run:$ meieraha2-manage sampleconfig
Follow the instructions output by the command.
To create a packaged distribution you need to run the following:
$ meieraha2-manage assets build $ python setup.py sdist
In order to run the application in development mode you need to have a full repository checked out. You also should have the compass tool installed and accessible in your path. The server can then be run in development mode as follows:
$ export CONFIG=meieraha2.config.DevConfig $ meieraha2-manage createdb $ meieraha2-manage loaddata $ meieraha2-manage runserver
$ meieraha2-manage assets build
There is a starter Fabric configuration file fabfile.py which may help automate deployment. It needs tayloring before used, though. Sample deployment configuration is in deploy/aws.
- The code was developed by Konstantin Tretyakov and Tanel Kärp with the help from many other people on the Meieraha team (see http://meieraha.ee)
- The code is licensed as MIT, feel free to contribute.
- The repository includes full distributions of some external libraries (to simplify deployment). Those are subject to their own licences. All are open source, though.