Mesamatrix is a PHP application that parses information from the Mesa Git repository and formats it in HTML.
Official website: http://mesamatrix.net/
Mesamatrix requires the following software:
- PHP 5.6 or higher
If you are installing from Git, you need to install the dependencies with Composer:
$ composer install
There is a default config file in
config/config.default.php. It provides
default values for the application, but is overridden by
any files matching
config/*.config.php. It is advised to copy the default
config/config.php and perform modifications on that.
Protip: You can enable debugging by changing
For the initial setup, run the
mesamatrixctl tool to clone the Mesa Git
repository and generate the XML file:
$ ./mesamatrixctl setup
Update Mesa information
Once setup is done, you can run the two commands that are needed to get the latest informations from Mesa:
$ ./mesamatrixctl fetch $ ./mesamatrixctl parse
These commands can be put into a crontab or similar scheduling facility, for automated operation of your Mesamatrix installation.
Set up the web interface
Configure your web server to point to the
http directory. Be aware that if
you give your webserver access to the whole root directory, there are no access
controls preventing anyone from downloading the Mesa Git repository or other
At this point, you are done! Open your site in a web browser, and hopefully you will see the matrix of Mesa features!
mesamatrixctl tool can be used to administer your Mesamatrix
installation. It outputs very little by default, but can become more verbose
-vvv for normal output, verbose output or debug
./mesamatrixctl list to see the available commands, or
./mesamatrixctl help for more detailed help.
Mesamatrix is available under the AGPLv3, a copy of which is available in LICENSE.
Third-party code libraries
jQuery is available under the MIT License.
jQuery Tipsy is available under the MIT License.
PSR Log is available under the MIT License.
Symfony is available under the MIT License.
The Mesamatrix banner image was created by Robin McCorkell, and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International license. Go tweak it, and send us your improvements!
The RSS feed icon is freely available from the Mozilla Foundation at http://www.feedicons.com/
The GitHub 'Fork me' ribbon is available under the MIT license.