cyc (Code Your Company)
GNU LESSER GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE V3
WHERE TO PLAY
The game is installed at codeyourrestaurant.com. There are also customized rules in play to make the game even more fun ;)
(A) HOW TO INSTALL & DEPLOY ON A SINGLE LOCAL HOST
1.) install docker, curl, java, maven
2.) Optional: before you build the project you might want to edit the rules under rules/src/main/resources/*.groovy, but for testing purposes the default rules work as well
3.) run "install.sh -k site" to set up a local CouchDB and Tomcat, then build and deploy everything, finally all components are started
4.) browse to http://localhost:8080/cyr
(B) HOW TO INSTALL & DEPLOY VIA VAGRANT/ANSIBLE
1.) install Vagrant, VirtualBox and Ansible (and of course java,maven,npm for the build)
2.) execute "VAGRANT=UP install.sh -r [single-vm|multi-vm] site"
(C) HOW TO INSTALL & DEPLOY VIA DOCKER
1.) see docker directory (this is for demonostration purposes only)
Java -D variables
- cyc.debug = true|false, defines if a DebugEngineLoader or EngineLoader should be used by the engine-container
- cyc.security = enabled|disable, defines Java runs with a SecurityManager instantiated
- cyc.home = path to root of directory to engine-container/engine
- java.security.policy = path to security.policy file. Included under ansible/roles/cyc-container/files/scripts/security.policy
- cyc.home = where the engine-container is installed. Can have a run.sh to start the engine-container
- cyc.jmx = enable|disable, defines if the engine-container process should be called with remote JMX flags
- cyc.remoteDebug = enable|disable, defines if the engine-container process should be called with remote debugging flags
- cyc.properties = to a property file (format Java properties)
This script helps to install / update a local or remote installation. It supports Ansible provisioning on remote hosts, also it can set up a simple local environment and start all components after deployment.
It can also create release-tags on git.
Set CYC_ENGINE_CONTAINER to an empty directory of your choice.
Set CYC_WEBAPPS to the webapps directory of a Servlet 3.0 compliant web container. This script uses Tomcat's (>= 7.x) parallel deployment feature.
Set VAGRANT=UP if the remote command (-r) should automatically spin up a virtualbox VM via vagrant.