This is our osler project, which is a collection for all our patient tracking. It's a django project.
First, clone our repository
git clone https://github.com/SaturdayNeighborhoodHealthClinic/osler.git
Next, get pip.
We also recommend running Osler in a virtual environment. If you're going to run our project in a virtual env do th following:
pip install virtualenv virtualenv venv source venv/bin/activate
Then use pip install our dependencies.
If you are trying to make a development build run:
pip install -r requirements-dev.txt
For a deployment build run:
pip install -r requirements.txt
(Python dependencies are stored in
requirements-dev.txt for a development build and in
requirements.txt for a deployment build)
One of our dependencies is Pillow, which requires some other libraries.
Once you've done that, from the
osler/ build the test database with
This script is also used to rebuild the test database after making database changes require migrations. Then, you can run the project in debug mode with
python manage.py runserver --settings osler.debug_settings
Once you have it running, you should be able to log into the debug database-backed app with the user 'jrporter' with password 'password'.
To run tests, run
python manage.py test
There a lot of good resources that teach you how to deploy a django app, and there are many ways to do it correctly. There's nothing too special about Osler in this regard! However, we strongly recommmend nginx, gunicorn, and postgres.