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README.md

Development Environment for Onegov

About OneGov: http://docs.onegovcloud.ch/

Requirements:

- Python 3.6+
- Postgres 10+
- POSIX platform (Linux, FreeBSD, macOS)

Optional:

- Memcached 1.4+
- Elasticsearch 5.5+

Install the Development Environment

To install, create a new virtual environment and run make:

virtualenv -p python3 .
make install

Update the Development Environment

To get the latest updates and sources run:

make update

To apply schema-changes to your database:

onegov-core upgrade

Fix Build Errors

OneGov requires the following packages:

- libxml2
- libxslt

Those should be downloaded and built automatically during installation.

For that to work you need the python development files. On OSX those should be already installed if you installed Python 3 trough homebrew.

On other POSIX platforms you might have to install them. On Ubuntu for example, you need to run:

sudo apt-get install git python3-dev python-virtualenv

You also need to have the following header files installed:

sudo apt-get install libcurl4-openssl-dev libffi-dev libjpeg-dev libpq-dev libxml2-dev libxslt1-dev zlib1g-dev

Folder Structure

The depot-storage folder contains the depot based storage.

The docs folder contains onegov's documentation.

The eggs folder contains links to all the sources used by the interpreter. This is very handy if you need to lookup source code from your editor.

The file-storage folder contains the pyfilesystem based storage.

The experiments folder contains Jupyter Notebook files.

The profiles folder contains profiling output.

The src folder contains the source code directly associated with onegov. This is where the magic happens ;)

Setup Database

OneGov supports different applications under different paths. Usually you probably want to run onegov.town though, the first such application. You can have different applications run on the same database though.

To prepare a database, make sure you have Postgres 9.3+ running locally, with a database designated to running your application.

Once you do, copy onegov.yml.example and edit the dns string inside the resulting onegov.yml file:

cp onegov.yml.example onegov.yml

Then edit the following line in onegov.yml:

dsn: postgres://user:password@localhost:5432/database

Setup OneGov Town

To use OneGov Town you need to define a town first. Run the following command to define a new town (there is currently no way to do it through the web interface).

bin/onegov-town --select /towns/govikon add Govikon

You also might want to define an admin to manage the site. Run the following command to define a user with admin role.

bin/onegov-user --select /towns/govikon add admin admin@example.org --no-prompt --password test

Having done that, start the onegov server as follows:

bin/onegov-server

And point your browser to http://localhost:8080/towns/govikon.

Setup OneGov Election Day

To use OneGov Election Day you need to define a so called principal. That's basically the canton using the application.

To do this for the canton of zg for example you create the following directory:

mkdir -p file-storage/election_day-zg

Then you create a file containing the information about the canton:

touch file-storage/election_day-zg/principal.yml

Inside you configure the principal (example content):

name: Kanton Zug
logo: logo.svg
canton: zg
color: '#234B85'

The logo points to a file in the same directory as the yml file.

You also want to add a user, which you can do as follows:

bin/onegov-user --select /election_day/zg add admin admin@example.org

Having done that, start the onegov server as follows:

bin/onegov-server

And point your browser to http://localhost:8080/wahlen/zg.

Run Tests

To run the tests of a specific module:

py.test src/onegov.core
py.test src/onegov.town
py.test src/onegov.user

And so on.

To run a specific test:

py.test src/onegov.core -k test_my_test

To run tests in parallel (for faster execution):

py.test src/onegov.core --tx='4*popen//python=bin/py' --dist=load

To run all tests at once:

make test

Note that the following won't work:

py.test src/onegov.*

Run Tests with Tox

To run the tests with tox:

tox -c src/onegov.core/tox.ini
tox -c src/onegov.org/tox.ini

And so on.

To run a specific test:

tox -c src/onegov.core -- -k test_my_test

Add New Development Packages

To add a package that should only be availalable in the development environment, add it to requirements.txt

Version pins should be added to constraints.txt

Add Your Own Development Packages

To add your own set of extra packages, create a new file called extras.txt and add them there (just like you would in a requirements.txt).

Profiling

To profile all requests, set profile in the onegov.yml to true. This will result in a timestamp profile file in the profiles folder for each request.

You may then use the pstats profile browser as described here: http://stefaanlippens.net/python_profiling_with_pstats_interactive_mode

Or convert it to an SVG use gprof2dot

gprof2dot -f pstats profiles/[profile file] | dot -Tsvg -o output.svg

Another possiblilty is to run py.test with pytest-profiling, which creates a nice SVG:

py.test --profile --profile-svg src/onegov.core

Internationalization (i18n)

To use i18n, gettext must be installed. On most linux distros this is a given. On OSX it is recommended to install gettext with homebrew:

brew install gettext

Add a language to a module:

bash i18n.sh onegov.town de

Extract the messages from a module (update the translation files)

bash i18n.sh onegov.town

Build Docs

To build the docs:

cd docs
make html

To completely rebuild the docs:

cd docs
make clean
make html

Show Uncommited Changes

To show what changes (if any) are uncommited:

uncommitted . -nu

Run Jupyter Notebook

Jupyter notebook comes preinstalled:

jupyter notebook

SCSS Linting

We use https://github.com/brigade/scss-lint to lint our scss files. The linter configuration is found in the local directory (./.scss-lint.yml).

In Sublime Text the linter should pick this file up when using the onegov.sublime-project file. Though it might require a restart.

In Atom the https://atom.io/packages/linter-scss-lint will pick up the right configuration file per default.

Other editors are not directly supported, so you are on your own.

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