Memopol with lqdn's customization is little bit more complex to install than a normal django project, but not that much more complicated.
Install the base python virtualenv tools (on Ubuntu you have to enable universe):
sudo apt-get install python-setuptools python-dev libxml2-dev libxslt1-dev libfreetype6-dev libpng12-dev python-pip libatlas-base-dev g++ mercurial git libtidy-dev imagemagick ruby-sass sudo pip install virtualenv
Install the following to have the tools on Archlinux (please note that you may have to adapt the following install procedure):
pacman -S python2 libxml2 libxslt freetype2 python-lxml python2-pip python2-virtualenv libpng mercurial git imagemagick tidyhtml ruby-sass
Install the following to have the tools on Fedora (please note that you may have to adapt the following install procedure):
yum install python-setuptools python-devel libxml2-devel libxslt-devel freetype freetype-devel libpng libpng-devel python-lxml python-pip atlas-devel g++ mercurial git imagemagick rubygem-sass pip-python install virtualenv
In a directory:
git clone git://gitorious.org/memopol2-0/memopol2-0.git git clone git://gitorious.org/memopol2-0/memopol-core.git cd memopol2-0 ln -s ../memopol-core/memopol . virtualenv ve source ve/bin/activate pip install -r requirements-dev.txt pip install numpy pip install -r ../memopol-core/requirements.txt
You'll probably want to run this command to update your database:
python manage.py uptdate_meps
And you should be done.
To enter the virtualenv
To quit the virtualenv
python manage.py init
You will have an error like this "ContentType matching query does not exist.", just redo the command a second time and this will be working. This is a known bug that we haven't got the time to fix.
python manage.py runserver
Your application is available on http://localhost:8000/
And you're done, but you might want to take a look at the next section depending on what you want to dev.
You can find more informations on how to use memopol in the memopol-core README.md
The Political Memory is licenced under aGPLv3+. The original idea is from gibus.