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= Nacreon So here it is, bits will be gotten to work, don't depend on anything in here, as not a lot of it has been figured out yet. It is beta software. There's a client (Ruby and command-line) that also serves as a reference implementation; see github.com/pete/terpene for that. Nacreon is intended as a very simple, lightweight, Platform-as-a-Service application. It is written in Ruby, and currently supports only Ruby 1.9 applications, but see doc/TODO for information on future support. == Prerequisites: * Ruby 1.9.x (1.9.1 *ought* to work, although I've been working under 1.9.2) * Some gems: watts, json, sequel, (and the gems that those gems depend on). `rake install_deps` or `bundle install` will take care of this. == Getting Ready: You'll want to run `rake migrate` to update the database. By default, it uses an MySQL. You can change this by making a 'nacreon.json' file, and pointing the environment variable $NACREON_CONF at it (the one in the root of the repo is intended as reference and a simple version for devs.) [TODO: Document the 'nacreon.json' config file when the other config stuff get added to it.] === OS requirements The packages required as prerequisites for various distros are listed below. [TODO: Mostly incomplete. If you run into a package that Nacreon requires that isn't mentioned in the command for your OS, please update the command.] See doc/deployment.rdoc for information on how to deploy to a server. Those instructions are written for Debian/Ubuntu; see below for what is required for your own operating system. "MySQL" is assumed; for Postgres or other databases, you'll need a few As closely tied to the operating system as Nacreon is, it is difficult to support operating systems that don't conform on some level to a regular Unix environment. Linux, Dragonfly BSD, and OSX work; your mileage may vary elsewhere. Will almost certainly not work under Plan 9 or Windows, but one of the developers loves obscure platforms, so we can't say "never". ==== Debian / Ubuntu: * Instructions that should work for both are available in doc/deployment.rdoc. ==== CRUX: * `prt-get depinst ruby mysql-ruby` ==== MacOS X: * Install (via ports or homebrew, likely) Ruby, MySQL, and the libraries for accessing MySQL from Ruby. * rake newb ==== Arch: * `pacman -S ruby mysql-ruby` == Running a Dev Server: There's a rake task for unicorn, but anything that understands a config.ru ought to work. `rake unicorn` will start it up. If you wish to run it as a daemon, `rake daemon` will work. You can reload without restarting unicorn by doing `killall -HUP unicorn`. See http://unicorn.bogomips.org/SIGNALS.html for more information. You'll also need to start up an AppManager daemon if you plan to run any apps. That can be done with `rake appmanagerd` to run as a daemon with logging to syslog, or `rake appmanager` to run in the foreground with logging to stdout. == Poking at the App Interactively: `rake irb` will start up IRB with everything loaded. You can poke at the models in Nacreon::Model, instantiate the application and check routing, and run requests through it. == Further Documentation See doc/overview.rdoc for an overview of how the codebase works, if you want to hack on Nacreon. See doc/TODO for where we're going with this.