In summary, you can get the source code, install Perl dependencies and run the web server.
git clone git://github.com/miyagawa/remedie.git cd remedie cpan -t . ./bin/remedie-server.pl
If you do not have git command in handy, you can also download the tarball or ZIP file from github master (there's a "download" button). But I strongly suggest you shouldn't do that, since you need to manually download and update the local copy when Remedie is updated. With git it's just
cpan -t . will examine
Makefile.PL and installs dependent Perl modules from CPAN. Do not run make install (or
cpan -i .). Especially, if you have Plagger installed in your system, running
make install for Remedie breaks your existent Plagger installation because we forked Plagger. So, don't do that.
Now with the
remedie-server.pl process running, you can access Remedie user interface by accessing http://localhost:10010/ with your browser. See the file
HACKING for more details.
Unless otherwise noted, Remedie and Plagger perl code and
remedie*.js are licensed under Perl Artistic or GPL 2 License.
This software also includes the following material which have their own license:
- jQuery (MIT and GPL)
- jQuery plugins (Refer to each individual file for their licenses)
- JW FLV MEDIA PLAYER 4.2 (Creative Commons by-nc-sa)
- Fast Icon (Royalty free icons)
- Ben Fleming (CC by-nc)