- Install dependencies with composer using
- Install client-side dependencies with npm using
- Install webpack
npm install -g webpack
- Make an empty MySQL database.
includes/config.phpand get editing.
php includes/upgrade.phpfrom the command line.
webpack -d --watch
- Enable the apache2 rewrite module:
- Optional: Edit
On a fresh Ubuntu/Debian installation you will likely want
apt-get install apache2 libapache2-mod-php php php-curl php-mysql php-apcu mysql-server mysql-client and configure your
php.ini as follows:
display_errors = On display_startup_errors = On error_reporting = E_ALL & ~E_DEPRECATED & ~E_STRICT & ~E_NOTICE
Depending on your setup it may also be necessary to configure your
php.ini to use UTF-8 internally so exotic tripcodes get converted correctly:
[mbstring] mbstring.internal_encoding = UTF-8
It is also possible to use nginx, and a sample
rewrite.conf is available, but this is currently not officially supported.
When deploying to production use
Update your working tree and run
php includes/upgrade.php. See the wiki for scripts used by http://minichan.org
If you have any questions you can try your luck on the issue tracker or
##minichan @ irc.freenode.net. Note that development is primarily geared towards running a functional http://minichan.org so your feature requests may not be a priority. Pull requests are welcome if they are discussed on the issue tracker or IRC (with r04r) first.
And yes. The code is shit. :-)
This repository consists of four primary branches, of which all but
master may have their histories rewritten at any time:
master: The main development branch. The code on this branch should work, but may not be fully functional or stable when development is happening. If you intend to submit pull requests base them off of this branch.
testing: http://test.minichan.org - For testing new changes in a staging setup
beta: http://beta.minichan.org - For testing new changes in a staging setup, with a shared database with http://minichan.org. Database changes will not be tested here.