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README.md

ADSAbs 2.0

This is the Flask application for the new ADS website.

After making sure that you have python development files (package python-dev on debian-based systems) installed, the simple installation is:

$ virtualenv some-python
$ source some-python/bin/activate
$ pip install -U pip
$ pip install -U distribute
$ CFLAGS= pip install -r requirements.txt

You will need a running mongodb instance. Assuming, you are just testing things, you can do:

$ cat <<EOF> ./mongo_auth.js
use admin
db.addUser('foo','bar')
db.auth('foo','bar')
use adsabs
db.addUser('adsabs','adsabs')
use adsdata
db.addUser('adsdata','adsdata')
use adsgut
db.addUser('adsgut','adsgut')
EOF

$ mongo < ./mongo_auth.js

Then, edit config/local_config.py and add:

class LocalConfig(object):
    MONGOALCHEMY_USER = 'adsabs'
    MONGOALCHEMY_PASSWORD = 'adsabs'
    ADSDATA_MONGO_USER = 'adsdata'
    ADSDATA_MONGO_PASSWORD = 'adsdata'
    MONGODB_SETTINGS= {'HOST': 'mongodb://adsgut:adsgut@localhost/adsgut', 'DB': 'adsgut'}
    THUMBNAIL_MONGO_PASSWORD = None

For more details, see http://labs.adsabs.harvard.edu/trac/ads-invenio/wiki/BeerInstallation or look into the Jenkins task, where we test the setup: http://adswhy:9090/view/BEER/job/BEER-05-live-service/configure

Jenkins

You can have Jenkins automatically test your repository/branch:

  1. got to adswhy:9090 (login)
  2. click on 'create a new job'
  3. select 'copy from' = BEER-02-adsabs
  4. change some values:
    • the git url (and optionally the name of the branch you want to test)
    • port of a mongo db (MongoDB is created for each test, so you just want to avoid using a port that some other tests use)
    • email (to notify you of build problems)