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README.md

Tomatoes Tomatoes

Try it for free at http://tomato.es.

Support the project at backerpass.com/tomatoes.

Why?

  1. Pomodoro technique® helps you to get things done.
  2. I need it to measure pomodoros in a fast and easy way.
  3. I want to get motivated by challenging my friends.

How to setup a development virtual server with Virtualbox

  1. Install Virtualbox (see https://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/Downloads).
  2. Fork the project on github and clone the repo.
  3. Run bundle install to install required gems.
  4. Run mkdir cookbooks to create the cookbooks dir
  5. Run librarian-chef install to install required cookbooks.
  6. Run vagrant up to start a virtual machine containing the app (this process can take a few minutes).
  7. Open http://localhost:8080 on your browser.

License

Tomatoes is released under the MIT license.

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