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README.markdown

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The website for the "Programming with Ruby" course in the Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics of the Sofia University. That's a really long way to say "university stuff, all in Bulgarian".

Requirements

  • Ruby 2.0+
  • PostgreSQL, preferable 9.0+
  • Redis
  • ImageMagick or a compatible package (such as GraphicsMagic)

Development setup

It's a pretty standard Rails application, with the exception of site.yml. Steps are as follows:

  1. Clone the repository
  2. Run bundle install
  3. Create a config/database.yml based on config/database.yml.example
  4. Create a config/site.yml based on config/site.yml.example
  5. Set up the database with rake db:create:all db:migrate
  6. Profit!

If you want to get some test data, you can run:

$ rake fake

This will populate the database with random data and give you credentials to log in.

Running the tests

You can run the tests with rake. However, for completeness' sake:

  • rake spec cucumber runs the basic test suite
  • rake spec:languages:python runs the tests for the Python language
  • rake spec:languages runs the tests for all languages
  • rake spec spec:languages cucumber runs everything