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README.md

Redmine Gemoji Plugin

This plugin enables github style emoji notation in textile formatter and adds a new button to the wiki editor to insert emoji's more easily.

This plugin is roughly based on a fork of the redmine_gemoji plugin, made by @tmy and others. Thanks! 😏

This plugin is listed in the Redmine plugin directory

Compatibility

The master supports Redmine 2.6.x as well as 3.x and 4.x.

PLEASE NOTE: The master branch uses images to display emojis and therefore has a consistent display across all operating systems. The downside, however, is that there is no support for latest Unicode 10+ emojis – and will never be! If you want to use the latest Unicode emojis displayed in the operating systems default emoji font please use the pre-release version v0.6.0 from the gemoji-4.0-native-emojis-no-images branch. It uses the gemoji gem and displays emojis as native Unicode emojis.

Installation

  1. Copy the plugin directory into the plugins directory, for example:

    $ cd /home/redmine/redmine-${version}/plugins
    $ git clone https://github.com/paginagmbh/redmine_emojibutton.git
    
  2. Run bundler (from the plugin directory, e.g. /home/redmine/redmine-${version}/plugins/redmine_emojibutton):

    $ bundle install
    
  3. Run rake task (from the Redmine root directory, e.g. /home/redmine/redmine-${version}):

    $ rake emoji
    
  4. Run the plugin rake task to provide the assets (from the Redmine root directory):

    $ rake redmine:plugins:migrate RAILS_ENV=production

  5. Restart redmine

Usage

Update the plugin

  1. Pull the changes from the repository:

    $ cd /home/redmine/redmine-${version}/plugins/redmine_emojibutton
    $ git pull origin master
    
  2. Run bundler (from the plugin directory, e.g. /home/redmine/redmine-${version}/plugins/redmine_emojibutton):

    $ bundle update
    
  3. Run rake task (from the Redmine root directory, e.g. /home/redmine/redmine-${version}):

    $ rake emoji
    
  4. Run the plugin rake task to provide the assets (from the Redmine root directory):

    $ rake redmine:plugins:migrate RAILS_ENV=production

  5. Restart redmine

License

redmine_emojibutton plugin is released under the MIT License.