Quinto is based on the 1960s 3M board game of the same name, simplest to describe as a numeric version of Scrabble. This is currently the only known electronic implementation of Quinto.
A demo is available at: http://quinto-demo.jeremyevans.net
The server is written in Ruby, so the first step is installing Ruby.
After installing Ruby, install the dependencies:
gem install -g Gemfile
The server requires a PostgreSQL backend. It's recommended you set up an application specific server and database:
createuser quinto createdb -O quinto quinto for sql in sql/*-*.sql; do psql -f $sql quinto done
You need to set the QUINTO_DATABASE_URL environment variable to a PostgreSQL connection URL before starting the server, and should also set the QUINTO_SESSION_SECRET environment variable. One way to set this is to create a .env.rb file in the root of the repository containing:
ENV['QUINTO_DATABASE_URL'] ||= 'postgres:///?user=quinto&password=...' ENV['QUINTO_SESSION_SECRET'] ||= '...'
You can then run the server (via unicorn or another rack-compatible webserver):
You can run all test suites using the default rake task:
For the web tests, you need to setup a test database manually first:
createdb -O quinto quinto_test for sql in sql/*-*.sql; do psql -f $sql quinto_test done
The most current source code can be accessed via github (http://github.com/jeremyevans/quinto/).
Jeremy Evans (email@example.com)