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Simple PHP framework / CMS system / Make any kind of website
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backup option for setting htdocs path
build add build dir
config rm sub projects, assets, hosts
coslib refactor web install and upgrade
docs refactor
htdocs refactor
logs add ignore
misc fix phar web build
private add symfony yaml
profiles fix
scripts refactor
sqlite refactor. more sqlite
tmp add readme
.gitignore rm composer.lock
License.txt just see if I doh'ed.
README.md typos
composer.json refactor
coscli.sh refactor
phar-cli.php refactor
phar-web.php fix phar web build

README.md

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About

CosCMS is a simple modular framework for building web application.

Modules are distrubuted as profiles, and a few is included in the main package. E.g. a simple CMS system (with epub, mobi and pdf export options using pandoc) and a blogging system.

Easy to use, administer, and extend with modules (web- and shell modules, and templates). Export websites as simple profiles - which then can be build using the shell and git.

You will need PHP >= 5.3, Apache, and a MySQL database.

Tested with Apache2 on Debian systems, and Windows. Should work anywhere, even though it is build on Debian systems.

Websites

Main site

Demo Site

Login with admin / admin. A simple demo with a blog (blog module), and a CMS (content module) and a comment module (comment), and a few more modules.

One package install

Intended for people who could not care about a shell command. It is the system which runs the demo.

Package install

Dependencies when building:

Dependencies

Build Install Linux / Unix

Ubuntu / Debian / Linux Install

Windows

Windows apache2 easy server setup

Extending:

Extend

Web Module

Shell Module Guide

Enjoy!

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