Thanks for checking out our repository. We love this project, hope you do too.
Well, you probably want to know to how run this code.
sudo apt-get install python2.5-dev python-apt python-libxml2 memcached # Install some dependencies sudo /etc/init.d/memcached start # start memcached
If memcached complains that it is not enabled, configure it by reading
OpenHatch uses to Buildout to manage dependencies.
Run these commands from the top level directory of the repository:
python2.5 bootstrap.py bin/buildout bin/mysite runserver
Connect to MySQL. At the risk of stating the obvious, you can use the command
mysql -u root -p, then type your MySQL root password. Or use
mysql -u username, where
username belongs to a MySQL user with the power to run the commands below.
At the MySQL prompt, enter these commands:
CREATE DATABASE oh_milestone_a; CREATE USER 'oh_milestone_a'@'localhost' IDENTIFIED BY 'ahmaC0Th'; GRANT ALL ON oh_milestone_a.* TO 'oh_milestone_a'@'localhost';
Then exit from MySQL, and run this command, again from the top level directory:
To the question, "Do you want to create a superuser?", answer "No". That's because you haven't run the migrations for the "profile" app yet.
You may need to migrate using this command:
There's a note about migrations below.
If you have the permission to do so, get the current data and files. Run:
Now load http://localhost:8000/ in your web browser.
If you're having troubles at this point, see "Troubleshooting" below, or post your question to #openhatch on irc.freenode.net.
Sometimes the migrations don't work, and South will give you a MySQL script so you can fix things. But South isn't perfect. You might have to fix the syntax errors in this MySQL. Run this vim command for starters.
:%s/^ = //
For non-vimmers, that will delete the string ' = ' when it appears at the beginnings of lines.
Then remove those trailing square brackets. You may need to replace South's strange, Pythonesque code for dates, with proper MySQL code.
Run the following command, which will create a Celery daemon:
bin/mysite celeryd -c 8
As you make changes to the source code, you'll want to run unit tests to make sure that everything is still hunky-dory. To run all tests, except the rather slow tests in the
customs app, run this command:
To run the tests in the
bin/mysite test customs
Run these commands:
cd milestone-a # Make sure you're in this directory. I'm not sure if it will work elsewhere. python bootstrap.py bin/buildout -o # The o flag is for "offline", so you don't hit the network looking for dependencies
This product includes GeoLite data created by MaxMind, available from http://www.maxmind.com/.
To use it, run these commands from the top level directory of the repository:
cd downloads wget http://geolite.maxmind.com/download/geoip/database/GeoLiteCity.dat.gz gunzip GeoLiteCity.dat.gz
Ta-da. In theory we/you should do that every month, when MaxMind does a refresh.
We have a map at http://localhost:8000/people/. To accelerate search on those people, we use Haystack, a Django layer on top of search engines. In our case, we use the search engine called Solr.
We have a hand-tuned Solr schema that lives in
This file was first generated using the Haystack command to auto-generate a
schema from our
mysite/profile/search_indexes.py file, but since then we have adjusted
Unfortunately, this means that if you add or modify those indexes, you should NOT just regenerate the schema file automatically. Instead, merge it by hand by adding just the elements you need. If you have trouble with that, ask Asheesh.
For people search to work, you must run the Solr server. On a development machine (e.g., laptop), do this:
cd mysite scripts/run_solr.sh
Copy the schema into place.
Run SOLR with a config file that points at that schema.
Start in milestone-a, then run this command:
If you're on Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx, you might get this sort of exception:
File "/home/stump/openhatch/parts/sqlite_mysite/django/db/backends/mysql/base.py", line 13, in raise ImproperlyConfigured("Error loading MySQLdb module: %s" % e) django.core.exceptions.ImproperlyConfigured: Error loading MySQLdb module: libmysqlclient_r.so.15: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
This is because the MySQL_python distribution is a binary egg that contains extension modules linked to libmysqlclient_r.so.15, while in Lucid the soname version number changed to 16. To fix this, install the python-mysqldb package and delete the egg, as follows:
sudo apt-get install python-mysqldb rm -r eggs/MySQL_python-*
You will have to remove the egg each time you re-run buildout.
- If you're running Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx, when you execute
bin/mysite runserver, you might see this error: File "/usr/lib/python2.6/dist-packages/ctypes/init.py", line 20, in raise Exception, ("Version number mismatch", version, _ctypes_version) Exception: ('Version number mismatch', '1.0.2', '1.1.0')
Here's one person's solution: "The problem can be solved by removing the python-ctypes package, which, it seems, is obsolete in Lucid and was left over from earlier versions." https://bugs.launchpad.net/caffeine/+bug/560636. (Note that you might see different version numbers than the ones above.) To remove the package, try
sudo apt-get remove python-ctypes.
When you want to add a jQuery UI component, go here:
Select the following options, plus yours:
Note that the site will automatically select any dependencies (like jQuery UI's "Core").
First, under "Theme", select "No Theme". Under "Version", select "1.7.2 (stable release, for jQuery 1.3.2). Then click your little cartoon hand on the Download button.
Unzip the file in /tmp/, and just extract the file js/jquery-ui-1.7.2.custom.min.js, and cp it to mysite/static/js/. That will overwrite the existing jQuery UI bundle.
Be sure to check using git diff that the change you've introduced in git's view of that file is exactly what you expect.
Finally, don't forget to add your component to the list above, so the next person does the right thing.
- The Free Software projects that we depend on — see
buildout.cfgfor a list.
- Our contributors and consultants are listed at http://openhatch.org/+projects/OpenHatch. If you've helped to create OpenHatch, you deserve to be listed there!
- The fantastic people who have helped us:
- Nelson Pavlosky
- Shotput Ventures, who mentored and funded us in the summer of 2009.
- The Institute for Security, Technology, and Society and the Neukom Institute, both at Dartmouth, who sponsored Parker Phinney's internship during the winter of 2010.
- Google Summer of Code, who are sponsoring John Stumpo's internship during the summer of 2009.