Batucada is a ground up rewrite of drumbeat.org in Django.
To install Batucada, you must clone the repository:
git clone git://github.com/paulosman/batucada.git
To get started, you'll need to make sure that
pip are installed.
sudo easy_install virtualenv sudo easy_install pip
I recommend using
virtualenvwrapper to manage your virtual environments. Follow the installation instructions. Once installed, create your virtual environment for
batucada and install the dependencies
cd batucada mkvirtualenv batucada workon batucada pip install -r requirements/compiled.txt pip install -r requirements/prod.txt
If you are doing an update, you might find it helps to delete pyc files:
find . -name "*.pyc" | xargs rm
You should create a settings_local.py. Most people will be able to get away with the template provided.
cp settings_local.dist.py settings_local.py
Next, sync the database and run migrations.
python manage.py syncdb --noinput
There's a problem with real databases (read: not sqlite) where south migrations are run in an order that violates foreign key constraints. See Bug # 623612 for details. Until that is fixed, you're best off running migrations in this order.
python manage.py migrate projects python manage.py migrate users python manage.py migrate activity python manage.py migrate statuses python manage.py migrate links python manage.py migrate dashboard python manage.py migrate relationships
What a pain!
Finally, start the development server to take it for a spin.
python manage.py runserver