Shows information about the HEAD (branch and latest commit) your ckan and extension repositories are running on. This is done checking the local repositories on your server.
With your virtualenv activated:
cd src git clone https://github.com/ckan/ckanext-repo.git cd ckanext-repo python setup.py develop
Add the following plugin to your CKAN ini file:
ckan.plugins = ... repo_info
After restarting your server you should see a snippet with the CKAN repository information added to your footer.
By default the extension will only show information about the core
You can choose which repositories to get information from with the
ckanext.repo.repos configuration option. This one expects a space-separated
list of local repositories to check, in the form
github_org part is not provided,
ckan is assumed. For instance:
ckanext.repo.repos = ckan okfn/ckanext-glasgow ckanext-oauth2waad ckanapi
You can also specify the location where the CKAN sources are installed with
ckanext.repo.srcpath configuration option. For instance:
ckanext.repo.srcpath = /usr/src
What does 'Last Updated' really mean?
That's the time of the last
git pullon that repository
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