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README.md

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Tally-Ho!

Election results data entry and verification software built by Ona Systems and commissioned by the Libyan High National Elections Commission and the United Nations Development Program.

Quick install

Checkout the repos

git clone git@github.com:onaio/tally-ho.git

Make a virtual environment and install requirements

Prerequisites: this assumes you have virtualenvwrapper and PostgreSQL installed.

mkvirtualenv tally --python=python3.6.5
pip install -r requirements/dev.pip

Quick start with user demo data

This will remove all data in the database.

To create the database, load demo users, and start the server all in one, run

./scripts/quickstart

If you've aleady setup the server, you can start the server with

python manage.py runserver --settings=tally_ho.settings.dev

Loading tally demo data

TODO: add some demo result forms and candidate lists

Advanced: recreate the database, then load the data and demo users

This will remove all data in the database.

This will only work if you have data files in the folder ./data

The first argument is the database user, the second is the database host IP address, and the third is the settings file. Modify these arguments as needed.

./scripts/reload_all postgres 127.0.0.1 tally_ho.settings.common

Docker Install

If you already have Docker and docker-compose installed on your machine you can quickly have a demo up by changing into the checked out code directory and running:

docker-compose build
docker-compose up

You can now visit the site at 127.0.0.1:8000.

If you want to use Docker to run the site in production you will need to:

  1. modify the docker-compose.yml file to change the NGINX listening port from 8000 to 80,
  2. add the host you are running the site on to a new ALLOWED_HOSTS list in the tally_ho/settings/docker.py file.

Running Tests

Pass the -s option if you want to use ipdb.set_trace() to debug during a test.

Documentation

Generating Model Graphs

The below assumes you have pip installed requirements/dev.pip.

Generate model graph for all models:

python manage.py graph_models --settings=tally_ho.settings.dev --pydot -a -g -o tally-ho-all-models.png

Generate model graph for app models:

python manage.py graph_models --settings=tally_ho.settings.dev --pydot -a -X GroupObjectPermission,UserObjectPermission,GroupObjectPermissionBase,BaseGenericObjectPermission,UserObjectPermissionBase,BaseObjectPermission,Version,Revision,Pageview,Visitor,Session,AbstractBaseSession,Site,LogEntry,User,Group,AbstractUser,Permission,ContentType,AbstractBaseUser,PermissionsMixin,BaseModel -g -o tally-ho-app-models.png

Demo Users

The create_demo_users command will create demo users for each role with usernames like super_administrator, and password data.

File Uploads

The MAX_FILE_UPLOAD_SIZE variable in tally_ho/settings/common.py file defines the file upload limit which is currently set to 10MB.

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