fork from [https://github.com/django-de/djangosnippets.org]
use requirements2.txt,other module installed by man
pip install Whoosh
Cab (named for the jazz bandleader and scat singer Cab Calloway) is a Django application which allows users to post and share useful "snippets" of code.
This code is used to power the snippet sharing site, djangosnippets.org
Cab has a couple of external dependencies:
- Pygments for code highlighting.
- python-markdown for processing snippet descriptions. Other Python ports of Markdown will not work, since the code which calls Markdown assumes the existence of python-markdown's "safe mode".
- django-simple-ratings for item ranking
- django-taggit for tagging
- django-haystack for search
- django-amazon-resources for recommended titles
Additionally, the default setup requires a few applications which are bundled with Django itself:
django.contrib.comments to enable commenting.
- django.contrib.markup to handle Markdown formatting of
django.contrib.syndication to enable feeds.
It's also recommended that you have django.contrib.admin installed for ease of site maintenance.
Once you've got those taken care of, grab a git checkout of Cab from somewhere on your Python path:
git clone git://github.com/coleifer/djangosnippets.org.git
Then add ratings, taggit and cab to the INSTALLED_APPS setting of your Django project, run manage.py syncdb, and either put a call to include('cab.urls.snippets') somewhere inn your root URLConf or copy over the URL patterns from Cab that you want to use.
Note that the get_absolute_url methods of the Language, Snippet and Tag models assume that they will live under the URLs /languages/, /snippets/ and /tags/, so if you want them to go elsewhere you'll need to edit those methods or ovveride them with Django's ABSOLUTE_URL_OVERRIDES setting.
For search support you need to set up a search engine and configure haystack:
HAYSTACK_SITECONF = 'search_sites' HAYSTACK_SEARCH_ENGINE = 'whoosh' # Place where search indexes are stored for snippets - should be non web accessible HAYSTACK_WHOOSH_PATH = '/some-path/search-index'
And you should add a file called search_sites.py to your project with the following lines:
import haystack haystack.autodiscover()
The git repo will get you a set of example templates matching those currently in use on djangosnippets.org
Yeah, there are tests now.
- virtualenv 环境安装后不能随意更改安装路径，安装时脚本已写死
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