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Leselys is Heroku ready.
Two requirements: Mongodb and Python.
In order to install leselys you'll need some dependencies:
sudo apt-get install build-essential python-dev python-setuptools sudo apt-get install libxslt1-dev libxml2-dev sudo easy_install pip sudo easy_install virtualenv
And install your MongoDB.
This is the right way, with
mkdir leselys && cd leselys virtualenv . source bin/activate pip install leselys leselys init leselys.ini leselys serve leselys.ini # In another terminal (in leselys directory) source bin/activate leselys worker leselys.ini
Open your browser at
git clone https://github.com/prologic/leselys cd leselys git checkout dockerize docker-compose up -d
With the configuration in docker-compose.yml you can then visit:
Advanced setup with MongoDB for storage and Redis for session on Heroku. You will also need the Heroku Scheduler add-on to refresh your feeds.
All Heroku dependencies like
redis are in
requirements.txt file, so everything will be installed automagically.
git clone email@example.com:socketubs/leselys.git cd leselys heroku create heroku addons:add mongohq:sandbox heroku addons:add redistogo:nano heroku addons:add scheduler:standard heroku addons:open scheduler # Add "sh heroku.sh && leselys refresh heroku.ini" job every 10 minutes # And "sh heroku.sh && leselys retention heroku.ini" job every day git push heroku master
Import your Google Reader OPML file right now!
This is how to update your Leselys (on Heroku):
git pull git push heroku master heroku restart
And for the
pip way, you just have to go to your
virtualenv and run
pip install leselys -U and restart Leselys processes.
Storage and session backends are Python modules, you can easily write your own. Take a look at the MongoDB storage backend.
Leselys automagically fetch new stories with it's refresher worker, and automagically (again), purge our stories database with it's retention task.
Python 3 support is available, there is just
worker with celery which doesn't work correctly. You can schedule the task with refresh and retention commands.
Python 3 is automatically used on Heroku.