See http://devilry.org for documentation. The rest of this readme is intended for developers.
Setup a local development environment with testdata
1 - Check out from GIT
If you plan to develop devilry, you should fork the devilry-django repo, changes to your own repo and request inclusion to the master repo using github pull requests. If you are just trying out devilry, use:
$ git checkout https://github.com/devilry/devilry-django.git
master branch, which git checks out by default, is usually the latest
semi-stable development version. The latest stable version is in the
2 - Install Fabric
$ sudo easy_install fabric
3 - Run buildout (get all dependencies)
$ cd devenv/ $ python ../bootstrap.py $ bin/buildout
4 - Create a demo database
$ fab setup_demo
Note: Creating the testdata takes a lot of time, but you can start using the server as soon as the users have been created (one of the first things the script does).
Alternative step 4 - Setup an empty databse
If you just want to setup an empty database, run
fab autogen_extjsmodels syncdb.
Alternative step 4 - From database dump
Creating the demo database takes a lot of time (12mins on a macbook air with SSD disk). You may ask a developer to send you a dump, and use it instead of
$ fab reset $ fab restore_db:/path/to/dbdump.sql
5 - Run the development server
$ bin/django_dev.py runserver
Go to http://localhost:8000/ and log in as a superuser using:
user: grandma password: test
Or as a user which is student, examiner and admin using:
user: thor password: test
Note: All users have
password==test, and you can see all users in
the superadmin interface. See the demo page on the wiki
for more info about the demo database, including recommended test users for each role.
We use Fabric to simplify common tasks. Fabric simply runs the requested
@task decorated functions in
fabfile.py is very straigt forward to read if you wonder what the tasks actually do. The
fabric.api.local(...) function runs an executable on the local machine.