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.tx i18n: update Transifex settings Jan 3, 2020
bin Initial port to Symphony 4 Dec 7, 2019
config routes: wording changes... Dec 7, 2019
cron cron: add systemd units Mar 19, 2018
dev i18n: update `update_locale` script Jan 3, 2020
forum/style/template forum: update styles Dec 26, 2019
hooks clean up remnants Dec 7, 2019
public lsp: make render stub code into a file Dec 19, 2019
src i18n: infer locale preference from headers Dec 7, 2019
templates templates: update jQuery and Bootstrap Dec 13, 2019
.env Initial port to Symphony 4 Dec 7, 2019
.gitignore Initial port to Symphony 4 Dec 7, 2019 Add hint about MacOS dependencies Sep 18, 2018
composer.json composer: remove unused deps Dec 7, 2019
composer.lock composer: update dependencies Dec 19, 2019
symfony.lock composer: update dependencies Dec 19, 2019

This repo contains the source for LMMS's website located at

How to test the website locally

  1. Clone the code

    $ git clone
  2. Get Composer

    This project uses Composer for dependency management. You'll have to fetch those dependencies using composer. For this, you must have Composer installed on your system. For quickly installing Composer locally on *nix, run:

    $ cd
    $ curl -sS | php

    For installing Composer locally on Windows (i.e. Wamp), run:

    > cd
    > php -r "eval('?>'.file_get_contents(''));"

    Note: For this to work on Windows you need the php.exe processor to be on your path, usually located in c:\wamp\bin\php\phpx.y.z

    For instructions for other OSs or for installing globally, visit Composer's Getting Started document.

  3. Fetch dependencies using composer

    When you downloaded composer locally using the instructions above, fetch the dependencies by running

    $ php composer.phar install

    You'll have to run this comand every time the dependencies in composer.json change.

    Note: For macOS, some dependencies must be installed manually.

  4. Configure local server


    <Directory /home/user/>
    	# add fallback resource to Apache config
    	FallbackResource /index.php


    # go to our front controller if none of them exists
    location / {
    	try_files $uri $uri/ /index.php?$args;
  5. Start local server

    $ php -S localhost:8000 -t ./public/

    You can then open http://localhost:8000/ in a browser.

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