The very best blogging engine for Refinery CMS
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Refinery CMS Blog

Simple blog engine for Refinery CMS. It supports posts, categories and comments.

This version of refinerycms-blog supports Rails 3.2.x. To use Rails 2.3.x use the refinerycms-blog "Rails 2.3.x stable branch".

Options:

  • Comment moderation
  • ShareThis.com support on posts. To enable, set your key in Refinery's settings area.

Requirements

Refinery CMS version 2.0.1 or above.

Install

Open up your Gemfile and add at the bottom this line:

gem 'refinerycms-blog', '~> 2.0.0'

Now, run bundle install

Next, to install the blog plugin run:

rails generate refinery:blog

Run database migrations:

rake db:migrate

Finally seed your database and you're done.

rake db:seed

Developing & Contributing

The version of Refinery to develop this engine against is defined in the gemspec. To override the version of refinery to develop against, edit the project Gemfile to point to a local path containing a clone of refinerycms.

Testing

Generate the dummy application to test against

$ bundle exec rake refinery:testing:dummy_app

Run the test suite with Guard

$ bundle exec guard start

Or just with rake spec

$ bundle exec rake spec

More Information

  • Check out our Website
  • Documentation is available in the guides
  • Questions can be asked on our Google Group
  • Questions can also be asked in our IRC room, #refinerycms on freenode