This is the source code for the Raspberry IO site. Raspberry IO is a place to share knowledge about using the Python programming language to control Raspberry Pi computers.
This is an open source project. We welcome contributions. You can help by fixing bugs, planning new features, writing documentation, writing tests, or even managing the project. Ready to contribute? Read our Getting Started document.
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Raspberry IO is a Django project using Postgres as our database. To get started, you will need the following programs installed. These should be installed using your operating system's standard package management system:
- Python >= 2.6 (2.7 recommended)
- pip >= 1.1
- virtualenv >= 1.7
- virtualenvwrapper >= 3.0
- Postgres >= 8.4 (9.1 recommended)
- git >= 1.7
Running the project
Download the code:
git clone email@example.com:python/raspberryio.git cd raspberryio
Create a virtualenv and install the necessary requirements:
mkvirtualenv --distribute raspberryio $VIRTUAL_ENV/bin/pip install -r $PWD/requirements/dev.txt
Create a local settings file and set your
to use it:
cp raspberryio/settings/local.example.py raspberryio/settings/local.py echo "export DJANGO_SETTINGS_MODULE=raspberryio.settings.local" >> $VIRTUAL_ENV/bin/postactivate echo "unset DJANGO_SETTINGS_MODULE" >> $VIRTUAL_ENV/bin/postdeactivate
Add the project directory to the virtualenv, deactivate and reactivate it to setup the environment variables above:
add2virtualenv . deactivate workon raspberryio
Create the Postgres database:
createdb -E UTF-8 raspberryio
Run the initial syncdb/migrate. When asked to create a superuser,
django-admin.py syncdb django-admin.py migrate
- Creating a superuser in the syncdb step will trigger the error
django.db.utils.DatabaseError: relation "userprofile_profile" does not existbecause of a required one-to-one relation with a user profile model that doesn't exist in the database yet.
Now, create a superuser (This will also create the profile correctly):
Run the test suite with:
You should now be able to run the development server:
This code is licensed under the Apache 2.0 License.