This repository is part of the ManiaCDN project, a free CDN for and by the Maniaplanet community. It's the central website to upload and browse data on the network. You can use it on http://upload.maniacdn.net/. Please note that a Maniaplanet account is required to use it.
- PHP 7
- Bootstrap 3 + Glyphicons
- Dropzone.js uploader
- Symfony bundles:
- Oneup uploader bundle
- Knpu OAuth2 client
You can open up an issue here on Github or send us an email to info [at] maniacdn [dot] net. If you would like to run the site yourselves, continue here: Clone the repo with git (or get the zip on the top-right)
$ git clone email@example.com:ManiaCDN/uploader.git
Change into the directory that was just created by cloning/unpacking
$ cd uploader
And tell composer to get the libraries (vendor folder) for you
$ composer install
Create a copy of .env and call it .env.local. Adjust it to your needs.
Finally run the database migrations to set it up / update it. The database should be empty.
$ bin/console doctrine:migrations:migrate
To run a development server, you can install the Symfony CLI. Then run
$ symfony server:start
Keep the terminal / commandline open. You'll find the sample on http://localhost:8000/
For people familiar with Symfony, things should go pretty straightforward. I have tried to comply with Symfony Best Practices as much as possible, so you should find all files where you'd expect them. You might also delete the pre-existing Migrations in src/Migrations, if doctrine throws strange errors while executing the migration.
- Set the docroot to the public folder in this project
- You may need to configure mod_rewrite as it's always the case with symfony
- Create a cronjob for the review reminders (checks if files need to be reviewed, job only needs to be scheduled with cron)
0 6,17 * * * /path/to/project/bin/console app:blocked-files-reminder
- Create a cronjob for updating the timestamp file in the master
0,15,30,45 * * * * echo `date +\%s` > /path/to/master_folder/timestamp.txt
- double check .env.local again: make sure the mailer_url is set. If it's on default, you'll never find out mails actually don't get sent.
- Enable HTTPS (mandatory because permanent redirects to HTTPS were active in the past)