Repository of http://ecobasa.org
- Django (Python)
- LESS (use node.js Grunt or Compass to compile CSS)
$ pip install -r requirements.txt
We use PostgreSQL: http://www.postgresql.org/ For OSX we recommend: http://postgresapp.com/ See http://od-eon.com/blogs/calvin/postgresql-cheat-sheet-beginners/ for a bit of setup info. Basically:
$ sudo su - postgres $ createuser django -P # enter password, answer no to all questions $ createdb -E utf8 -O django ecobasa -T template0
As user posgres, you might have to check /etc/postgresql/9.1/main/pg_hba.conf if the TYPE 'local' for USER 'all' has METHOD set to 'md5' .
Afterwards you should be able to bootstrap the database as your normal user:
$ ./manage.py syncdb --noinput $ ./manage.py migrate $ ./manage.py createsuperuser
--noinput is important, as otherwise setting up
the superuser will fail due to tables which would only be created at migration
Before running in production mode, you should collect the static files:
$ ./manage.py collectstatic
which will collect all apps' static files into the directory static/ .
$ ./manage.py runserver
Set up your Django site
For some features, e.g. user registration to work properly, it is necessary to set up a Django site, go to http://localhost:8000/admin/sites/site/1/ and edit the appropriate domain and display name (use the super user account created earlier to log in).
If you don't have a site defined in your database and django wants to reference it, you will need to create one.
From a python manage.py shell :
$ from django.contrib.sites.models import Site $ new_site = Site.objects.create(domain='foo.com', name='foo.com') $ print new_site.id
Now set that site ID in your settings.py to SITE_ID
Set up the special group
Edit your local settings.py for ECOBASA_SPECIAL_COSINNUS_GROUP to point to the primary key of the special group every pioneer will become a member of and whose blog posts are exposed. You will have to do that after setting up the group in the admin interface.
We use LESS - CSS has to be compiled
You can use grunt with node.js. Package.json will install all necessary dependencies, just type $ npm install