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README.md

Mamute QA Build Status

Requirements

This project makes use of the following technologies to simplify setup:

How to set up an instance of Mamute

First of all, you need to setup an MySQL database. The default database name is mamute_development, the username is root and the password must be blank.

You may also use Docker Compose to run your MySQL database:

docker-compose -f docker-compose-it.yml up -d

This is useful for running the tests.

To use Mamute

Using docker-compose:

To start an instance of the latest Mamute release and its dependencies:

cd docker
docker-compose up --build

Then you can access Mamute on http://localhost:80.

Using a compiled war file:

  1. Download the war of the latest version at http://www.mamute.org
  2. Unpack it to a folder named yourproject/mamute
  3. Run it by executing the bash script mamute/run.sh
  4. If everything worked, you are free to customize mamute folder as you want to!

Using git + maven:

  1. Clone the repository from github
  2. Install node and npm
  3. Run npm install
  4. Run npm install -g grunt-cli
  5. Run ./scripts/mvn-package.sh
  6. Make a copy of mamute/target/mamute-1.0.0-SNAPSHOT to yourproject/mamute
  7. Run it by executing the bash script mamute/run.sh
  8. If everything worked, you are free to customize mamute folder as you want to!

To contribute with mamute:

  1. Fork the repository from github
  2. Clone the fork
  3. Install node and npm
  4. Run npm install
  5. Run npm install -g grunt-cli
  6. Run Main.java to start mamute
  7. Develop and do your pull request

FAQ

Questions?

Send your questions to mamute meta.

Or to our mail-list: mamute-qa-dev@googlegroups.com

Mamute was developed by www.caelum.com.br and www.alura.com.br developers

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