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This repository will be used to help track issues and share files for the existing Streamwebs site during the transition to a possible re-write of the application.

To set up a dev instance of StreamWebs, copy Dockerfile.env.dist to Dockerfile.env. You will also have to copy to (located in streamwebs_frontend/streamwebs_frontend). Then, run the following:

$ docker-compose build
$ docker-compose up

The following is a list of the more common and more useful docker commands:

  • docker-compose build will build the necessary containers
  • docker-compose build --no-cache --pull does a full from-scratch build; you can run this when the changes made to the docker environment are not taking effect.
  • docker-compose up runs the application
  • docker-compose run web bash is like docker-compose up but also provides an interactive shell
  • docker-compose run --service-ports --rm web bash exposes the ports described for the web service and removes the container upon completion
  • docker-compose kill stops services that are running
  • docker-compose rm removes all the containers associated with the application's services
  • docker-compose ps lists all the running containers

After running docker-compose up, docker doesn't print the standard "django app is running" output. Instead, just go to http://localhost:8000 instead.

Miscellaneous Tips

Run flake8 streamwebs_frontend --exclude streamwebs_frontend/streamwebs/migrations to exclude the migrations directory when linting.

If you'd like to access the postgresql database, open up an interactive shell with docker-compose run web bash. Then run the following command: PGPASSWORD=$POSTGRES_PASSWORD psql -h postgres_host -U $POSTGRES_USER streamwebs. This will bring you to the postgres interactive terminal. You can also do get access running python streamwebs_frontend/ dbshell.

If you would like to drop the streamwebs database each time the web container runs, add STREAMWEBS_DROP=1 to your Dockerfile.env file.

If you would like to only run tests, add STREAMWEBS_TEST=1 to your Dockerfile.env file. Keep in mind this doesn't run the django web server and only runs the tests.

If you want to automatically import the CSV data, you need to add both STREAMWEBS_DROP=1 and STREAMWEBS_IMPORT_DATA=1 to your Dockerfile.env file.