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This app requires Sphinx which can be obtained from the Sphinx [website](http://sphinxsearch.com). Sphinx works with both MySQL and PostgreSQL.
-Alternatively, you could just set `THINKING_SPHINX = false` in _config/environment.rb_
+Alternatively, you could just set `SEARCHING = false` in _config/enviroments/development.rb_ or _config/enviroments/production.rb_, which will disable all thinking-sphinx code.
### Sphinx Installation
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**Please note:** by no means is integration into an existing site easy. Rails apps are not made to be pluginable. I am waiting for Rails 3 so I can engine-ize rboard and ideally it'll Just Work. Until that magical day of pixies, unicorns, puppies and higher wages, I have no suggestions other than to try it yourself and write about it. I am available most of the time via email. I do not bite. We'll be BFF if you want to use my project.
-**There is an easy non-integration way though**: Run rboard as a separate app on a subdomain for your app and point it to the same database. You may wish to customize the user model to use whatever method you authenticate with, since there's a high proabability you're using a separate method to what I am.
+**There is an easy non-integration way though**: Run rboard as a separate app on a subdomain for your app and point it to the same database. You may wish to customize the user model to use whatever method you authenticate with, since there's a high proabability you're using a separate method to what I am. This process is made easy by the inclusion of the `Rboard::UserExtension` and `Rboard::Permissions` modules into any `User` class. You should be able to just remove rboard's `User` class and replace it with your own if you see fit.
## Contributors
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* Thomas Sinclair
* Bodaniel Jeanes
* Tore Darell
-* rubygem
+* rubygem
+* fatalerrorx
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TIME_BETWEEN_POSTS = 1.minute
## Set this to false if you don't want to use thinking sphinx.
-SEARCHING = true
+SEARCHING = false
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