Running Locally (Instructions for OS X)
This guide assumes that you can work your way around a command line. Specific instructions are written for bash (the default shell on OS X), but should be easy to apply to other shells too.
Make sure /usr/local/bin and /usr/local/sbin are in your PATH ahead of
/usr/bin. You can check with
echo $PATH. If they are not, add this line to
Next, install homebrew, if you haven't already.
Add this to
# Add gem binaries to path. (See 'brew info ruby') export PATH=$(brew --prefix ruby)/bin:$PATH
brew update brew upgrade ruby redis mysql libxml2 gem pristine --all --only-executables
Prepare rails project:
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:OpenKit/openkit-server.git cd openkit-server/dashboard bundle install bin/rake setup:prereqs bin/rake db:setup bin/rails start
bin/rake db:test:prepare bin/rake test
Testing with Zeus:
bin/rake db:test:prepare gem install zeus zeus start zeus t
For running api_tester:
rake setup:api_test_app script/api_tester.rb