Mulberry is supported on OSX Snow Leopard and Lion, and on Windows 7 64-bit
via Cygwin. You should read the relevant README for your operating system in
install directory. Ubuntu is not officially supported, but it is reported
to work by following the instructions in the Ubuntu installation README.
install/<your_operating_system>/README.mdfor details on dependencies for your operating system. The installation process takes care of as much of this as possible, but some dependencies may need to be installed manually before the installation scripts will work.
Download the latest release, or clone the repository into a directory of your choosing:
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:Toura/mulberry.git
Once you have the code,
mulberrydirectory, and run the following command:
Supported Mobile Platforms
Mulberry currently supports the following mobile platforms:
- iOS4 and above on iPhone and iPad
- Android 2.2 and above on Phone only
Mulberry apps have been shown to run on WebOS, although not bug-free.
Mulberry does not currently support Windows Mobile or BlackBerry in any version.
There are additional requirements for each platform:
Running the Tests
Note that if you've been following along, you have not installed the libraries
to do testing. Run
bundle install to install the test/development libraries necessary
To run the tests, run
rake from the root of the repository.
You can also run individual suites:
This is automatically installed for you by the OSX installer, other platforms will need to install it by hand.