Wagn is an open web platform for building coherent web systems.
Using simple wiki-inspired building blocks called cards, “Wagneers” construct sites ranging from simple content managers to custom project trackers to fully integrated web suites.
version 1.8.7 or higher
version 1.0 or higher
A database engine
Platform-specific details at: www.wagn.org/wagn/installation_1_8+Platform_Notes
git clone git://github.com/wagn/wagn.git cd wagn # remaining commands should be executed from this directory
bundle install --without postgres:memcache:test:debug:development:assets:profile
The above is for a mysql installation. If you want to use postgres, switch “postgres” to “mysql” on the without list.
Watch carefully for errors! You may need to run as a admin user (using sudo, for example). For more info see using bundler with Wagn.
First, install needed config files with:
rake wagn:install # production-only MySQL setup
For PostgreSQL setup, use `env ENGINE=postgres rake wagn:install` For developer setup, use `env MODE=dev rake wagn:install`
Then, edit the config/database.yml file as necessary. The default configuration works if you have password-less root access to mysql. More about database configuration at www.wagn.org/database_configuration.
bundle exec rake wagn:create
To fire up the default, built-in WEBrick server, just run:
env STATIC_ASSETS=true bundle exec rails server
…and point your browser to localhost:3000 (unless otherwise configured).
WEBrick is great for a quick test run. To run a production website, see www.wagn.org/wagn_in_production.
To learn more about installation, see wagn.org/Installation
To learn more about configuration, see wagn.org/Configuration
For other documentation, see wagn.org/Documentation
For community support, see wagn.org/Support