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eantifonar

(a small toy project; work in progress)

One of remarkable resources of the Czech Catholic internet is ebreviar.cz (see it's source) - a "breviary on-line" created and maintained by a Slovak programmer Juraj Vidéky. A lot of lay people as well as clergy and even bishops pray the hours from their (not necessarily smart-)phones using this website instead of carrying a volume of breviary with them. E-antifonar is a proxy of e-breviar adding chants to it's output. It forwards some HTTP requests to ebreviar.cz and modifies returned html content before sending it to the client.

See eantifonar in action at http://ean.inadiutorium.cz

Prerequisites

  • ruby 2.0.x (used for development; earlier versions not tested)
  • bundler or otherwise installed gems according to the provided Gemfile
  • SQLite 3
  • lilypond (version compatible with the current In adiutorium music data)
  • ImageMagick

Install

$ bundle install

Run

  1. Clone the In adiutorium project e.g. to ~/tmp/In-adiutorium

  2. Prepare database of scores: (Two hours or more are a normal amount of time needed for this operation.)

    $ bundle exec ruby bin/indexer.rb -Rt ~/tmp/In-adiutorium

  3. On your development machine start the web application using:

    $ bundle exec rackup

Or, for automatic code reloading:

$ bundle exec shotgun

For deployment on a production server see your server's documentation concerning Rack applications.

Or

License

choose freely between GNU/GPL 3.0 or later and MIT

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