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README.md

How to get your dev environment set up

Requirements

  • install drush, php, php cli (Make sure you install PHP 5.2.x)
  • you probably want to increase the memory limit for php and php cli, i have it set up to 128MB and it STILL spazzes some times.
  • apache is probably the easier web server to run because this is php.
  • make sure mod rewrite (rewrite.load) is enabled in /etc/apache2/mods-enabled.
  • set up a virtual host for server. here is an example virtual host file:

    ServerName p2pudev.p2pudev ServerAdmin jessy.cowansharp@gmail.com DocumentRoot /home/jessy/dev/p2pu/drupal/src/drupal-6.19 ErrorLog /var/log/apache2/p2pudev-error CustomLog /var/log/apache2/p2pudev-access.log combined

     <Directory /home/jessy/dev/p2pu/drupal/src/drupal-6.19>
        RewriteEngine On
        RewriteBase /
        RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f
        RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d
        RewriteRule ^(.*)$ index.php?q=$1 [L,QSA]
    </Directory>
    

  • add an entry to your /etc/hosts file: $sudo vi /etc/hosts

  • then add your site name to the end of the localhost line 127.0.0.1 localhost p2pudev.p2pudev

installation

  • create a new database for the site: $ mysql -u root -p mysql> create database p2pu_dev_anonymized; mysql> exit;

  • grab the db dump from Dropbox. $ wget http://dl.dropbox.com/u/1914037/p2pu_anon_db.20101101.tgz $ tar xvfz p2pu_anon_db.20101101.tgz read in into mysql: $ mysql -u root -p p2pu_dev_anonymized < p2pu_anon_dump.sql

  • set up the admin password (change 'password' to whatever you like): $ mysql -u root -p mysql> use p2pu_dev_anonymized; mysql> update users set pass = md5('password') where uid=1;

  • download and unpack drupal core into your site root (6.19)

  • checkout the p2pu.org files from svn into sites/all within your drupal install: git clone http://github.com/p2pu/p2pu.git all

  • copy sites/default/default.settings.php to sites/default/settings.php

  • edit the $db_url setting to contain the right db settings. eg: $db_url = 'mysql://myusername:mypassword@localhost/p2pu_dev_anonymized';

also, in case you have any trouble logging into the site at first, you might want to set $update_free_access = TRUE;, which will allow you to run update.php without authenticating

  • set up the permissions on the files and themes directories so the web server can move move things around as it sees fit: sudo chown -R .www-data all/files sudo chmod -R 775 all/files sudo chown -R .www-data all/themes sudo chmod -R 775 all/themes

(these permissions may mean you need to use sudo when running drush)

  • follow instructions at http://tracker.p2pu.org/website/node/72, starting at step 3:

    • 3: as prescribed
    • 4: all prescribed
    • 5: drush dl reroute_email drush en reroute_email drush php-eval "menu_router_build(TRUE);" then as described
    • 6: as described
    • 7: as described
  • you probably want to turn the css caching settings off so you'll see any css changes you make:
    $ drush -y vset cache '0' $ drush -y vset page_compression '0' $ drush -y vset preprocess_css '0' $ drush -y vset preprocess_js '0'

  • you should now be able to access your site at the hostname you set in /etc/hosts, eg. http://p2pudev/p2pudev

if you get an error about files /tmp/filex837fgs could not be uploaded,because the destination is not properly configured, then double check that your sites/all/files/ directory is web server writable

  • go to /user/login, and login as administrator or siteadmin, with password you set above. (if you're having any rewrite problems, go to example.com/?q=user)

  • run update.php

if you need to update the database again

  • read in the new copy of the db (see above)
  • run update.php
  • sudo drush cc all

How to Include Database Chages Made Via GUI in the Codebase

  • Make your change in gui
  • run drush features-update p2pu_courses
  • Commit your change

How Others Can Update Their Feature to the One You Just Pushed

  • git pull origin master
  • drush features-revert p2pu_courses

Other Notes

Make sure that the languages/ directory in the Drupal root is writable by the web server user. If you get errors about moving files from /tmp/fileXXXX to languages/p2pu_XXXX.js, this is the reason. Random database update: UPDATE variable SET value = 's:46:"sites/all/modules/popup/styles/Soft grey frame";' WHERE name = 'popup-style'; and your watchdog will stop being littered with error messages.

Another random database update: UPDATE variable SET value = 's:15:"sites/all/files"' WHERE name = 'file_directory_path' and you will stop getting error messages about CTools not being able to create CSS cache directory.