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README.md

Vagrantfile & Puppet manifests for Botangle / Laravel

Software requirements

You need to install the following to work with our setup:

Once the first two items are installed, then install vagrant-hostmanager as follows:

vagrant plugin install vagrant-hostmanager

Getting started

  • In the Terminal / console, type vagrant up. This will build a VM for you with our settings applied
  • Once done, type vagrant ssh and then cd /var/www
  • Run composer.phar install, which will load up all our various libraries
  • Run ./artisan migrate --env=local

You should be able to access your Botangle setup now in a web browser: http://new.botangle.dev

Note: we use migrations (see above) heavily as we make changes to the DB, so if you haven't used them before, please spend a bit of time learning how they work.

Note: if you can't get xdebug to connect with PHPStorm (or whichever IDE you're using), ensure that port 9000 of the firewall on your own computer is open.

To start sending in code

Please see the Contributing.md file

Artisan additions

We've added the following additional tools to artisan to make our lives easier.

MySQL

You need to use an SSH connection.

With the information below you can connect to the MySQL server running on the virtual machine.

Default information

  • SSH Host: 192.168.200.21 (192.168.200.1 is your machine)
  • SSH User: vagrant
  • SSH Pass: vagrant
  • SSH Port: 2222 (default by vagrant)
  • MySQL Host: 127.0.0.1
  • MySQL Port: 3306
  • MySQL User: botangle
  • MySQL Pass: botangle
  • MySQL DB: botangle

Database setup

The database.sql.gz in the laravel/dbdump directory is loaded into the botangle on first up. If you need to rebuild your db and start over, delete the entire db and do a vagrant provision and it will be rebuilt for you.

Virtualhost

The virtualhost is set on the laravel/public directory.

Mail

MailCatcher is installed and configured into the /etc/php5/apache2/php.ini file.

How it works

If mailcatcher is stopped: all emails are lost.

If mailcatcher is started: all emails are caught.

If you want to start MailCatcher, simply run this command (with vagrant user) : mailcatcher --ip 0.0.0.0

Then go to : http://new.botangle.dev:1080

If you need to stop the mailcatcher daemon : Click on "Quit" on the top right corner of the MailCatcher Web UI.

Running Migrations for CakePHP

Inside of the vagrant machine (you can use vagrant ssh to get in) in the app folder (/var/www/app), run this command:

./artisan migrate --env=local

Packages

Are installed:

  • apache-mpm-itk (with virtualhost)
  • mysql-server (with custom my.cnf)
  • mysql-client
  • php5 (and the following modules)
    • bcmatch
    • bz2
    • calendar
    • ctype
    • curl
    • date
    • dba
    • dom
    • ereg
    • exif
    • fileinfo
    • filter
    • ftp
    • gd
    • gettext
    • hash
    • iconv
    • intl
    • json
    • libxml
    • mbstring
    • mcrypt
    • mhash
    • mysql
    • mysqli
    • openssl
    • pcre
    • pdo
    • pdo_mysql
    • phar
    • posix
    • readline
    • reflection
    • session
    • shmop
    • simplexml
    • soap
    • sockets
    • spl
    • sysvmsg
    • tidy
    • tokenizer
    • wddx
    • xdebug
    • xml
    • xmlreader
    • xmlwriter
    • zip
    • zlib
  • screen (with custom .screenrc for root)
  • vim
  • wget
  • curl
  • git
  • composer.phar
  • mailcatcher (gem)