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Qwerty CMS ========== A unique CMS provided as a Rails 2 engine Key Features * Extended template pathing ** blog.post.erb.html ** blog.post.comment.erb.html ** homepage.erb.html ** gallery.picture.erb.html * sitemap.yml ** A nice way to represent a sites nested structure and defaults for each level such as pagination and ordering * Not bound to a autherisation or authentication system == Install sudo gem install qcms == Get going Firstly, it is easiest to start using Skeletor app which provides a bare bones application with examples configuration files, and Authlogic integration. Otherwise: Copy the migrations and rake tasks to your Rails app. config.gem "qcms", :version => '~>1.0' Create sitemap.yml (see skeletor for examples) rake qwerty:bootstrap == TODO * migrations to work from inside a gem * rake tasks to work from inside a gem. * Specify gem dependancies == Release Gem with Jeweler and Git to RubyGems (next) git co -b release_1.2.1 (release_1.2.1) rake version:bump:patch (release_1.2.1) git co master (master) git merge --no-ff release_1.2.1 (master) rake release (master) git co next (next) git merge --no-ff release_1.2.1 == Versioning Versioning schema: http://semver.org/ == Upgrade Notes = 1.3 settings.yml documents cache: true == Authors Kris Leech @ Interkonect Limited http://interkonect.com