This project is based on original Moebooru which is being used in yande.re Image Board. Changes compared to original Moebooru:
- Compatible with Ruby 1.9.3 and later (alternative implementations' compatiblity needs confirmation)
- Uses Rails 4.0
- Updated gems
- Pool ZIP support for nginx (with
As this is still in development, bug reports are welcome.
As this is ongoing project, there will be more changes on requirement as this project goes. Currently this application requires:
- Ruby 1.9+
- PostgreSQL (tested with 8.4, 9.1, and 9.2)
- Bundler gem
- And various other requirement for the gems (check
Gemfilefor the list)
On RHEL5 (and 6), it goes like this:
Base and EPEL repositories contain all the requirements.
On Ubuntu 10.04.4 LTS
apt-get install postgresql-contrib python-software-properties postgresql libpq-dev libxml2-dev libxslt-dev mercurial jhead build-essential libgd2-noxpm-dev
Brightbox repo would work if you're too lazy to compile ruby
add the ppa and then
apt-get install ruby1.9.3
After initializing PostgreSQL database, create user for moebooru with
postgres# create user moebooru_user with password 'the_password' createdb;
And then install the required PostgreSQL extensions:
- language plpgsql
using these commands:
--- postgresql 9.1+ postgres# \c template1 postgres# create extension test_parser; --- postgresql 8.3, 8.4 postgres# \c template1 postgres# create language plpgsql; postgres# \q --- postgresql 8.3, 8.4, 9.0 - from shell # sudo -u postgres psql -d template1 -f "`pg_config --sharedir`/contrib/test_parser.sql"
- Initialize database with
bundle exec rake db:reset(there will be some errors reported which is expected)
bundle exec rake db:migrate
- Start the server (
bundle exec unicornor
bundle exec pumaif using JRuby/Rubinius)
config/local_config.rb.example. Additionally, as I move to ENV-based configuration, here's the list of currently supported ENV variables:
MB_DATABASE_URL: sets database connection configuration. Syntax:
MB_MEMCACHE_SERVERS: addresses of memcache servers. Separated by comma.
MB_PIWIK_HOST: sets the host this application will attempt to contact a Piwik installation at. Defaults to false to not use Piwik if unset.
MB_PIWIK_ID: sets the Site ID this application will send analytics data for.
MB_THREADS: sets number of threads this application is running. Currently used to determine number of connection pool for
memcached. Defaults to 1 if unset.
- Bug fixes
- And more!