Copycopter is a service for editing the copy text of a Rails application.
Each Rails application has its own Project, connected by an API key. Each piece of copy in a Project is a Blurb. Each Blurb has many Versions, which track changes users make to copy.
Each Version is either draft or published. The most typical scenario is to display published content in production, and draft in all other environments.
A developer can issue a deploy, which marks the latest Version of all Blurbs as published.
git clone git://github.com/copycopter/copycopter-server.git cd copycopter-server
Deploy Copycopter Server like any other Rails app. Heroku example:
heroku create --stack cedar git push heroku master heroku run rake db:migrate heroku restart
Adding a Project
heroku run rake copycopter:project NAME=Iora USERNAME=Copy PASSWORD=Copter
Updating a Projects password
heroku run rake copycopter:change_project_password NAME=IORA OLD=Copter NEW=COPTAH
Removing a Project
To remove a project from Copycopter:
heroku run rake copycopter:remove_project NAME=Iora
See the style guide.
Set up dependencies:
Run the test suite:
bundle exec rake
Run the server:
Automatically regenerate CSS when you edit Sass files:
sass --watch public/stylesheets/sass:public/stylesheets \ -r ./public/stylesheets/sass/bourbon/lib/bourbon.rb
Copycopter Server was created by thoughtbot, inc
Copycopter Server is free software, and may be redistributed under the terms specified in the MIT-LICENSE file.