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README.md

Spree Essentials

Spree Essentials is the base for many content related extensions for Spree. It doesn't do much on it's own ;)

Spree Essentials provides other extensions with:

  • An asset-upload interface
  • An easy markdown editor with ajax preview
  • Image picker for embedding uploaded images into markdown editor
  • A common navigation tab ("Content")

Current essential-aware extensions include:

UNDER DEVELOPMENT

Installation

If you don't already have an existing Spree site, click here then come back later... You can also read the Spree docs here...

Spree Essentials hasn't been released to rubygems so you'll have to install it from the source. Just add the following to your Gemfile:

gem 'spree_essentials', :git => 'git://github.com/citrus/spree_essentials.git'

# Add any of the extensions you wish to use

gem 'spree_essential_cms', :git => 'git://github.com/citrus/spree_essential_cms.git'
gem 'spree_essential_blog', :git => 'git://github.com/citrus/spree_essential_blog.git'

Then run:

bundle install

Once that's complete, run the migration generator and migrate your database:

To see your available generators run

rails g

Now run the generators for extensions you wish to install

rails g spree_essentials:install
rails g spree_essentials:cms
rails g spree_essentials:blog

Then migrate your database: rake db:migrate

If that all went smoothly, you should be ready to boot the server with:

rails s

Now login to the admin and click on the 'Content' tab!

Essential Awareness

Spree Essentials is designed to allow other extensions to reside under it's global 'Content' tab in the admin. SpreeEssentialPress is the first of many extensions that can run with or without spree_essentials installed.

Setting up an essential aware extension is easy. In your lib/[extension_name].rb file, add something like this:

module SpreeEssentialPress

  def self.tab
    [:press, { :route => :admin_press_index }]
  end

  def self.sub_tab
    [:press, { :route => :admin_press_index, :label => 'admin.subnav.press', :match_path => '/press' }]
  end

  def self.independent?
    return true unless defined?(SpreeEssentials)
    !SpreeEssentials.respond_to(:register)
  end

end

if SpreeEssentialPress.independent?
  require 'spree_essential_press/custom_hooks'
else 
  SpreeEssentials.register :press, SpreeEssentialPress 
end

Notes

As I mentioned before, spree_essentials is still being developed... Development is being done on OSX with Ruby 1.9.2 and Spree 0.50.2.

Please let me know of any bugs you find or feature requests you'd like to see.

Testing

The test suite is very limited at the moment but can be run like so:

git clone git://github.com/citrus/spree_essentials.git
cd spree_essentials
bundle install
bundle exec dummier
rake

You can also boot spork to run the tests much faster

# in one window
cd spree_essentials
spork

# in another window
testdrb test/**/*_test.rb

Demo

You can easily use the test/dummy app as a demo of spree_essentials. Just cd to where you develop and run:

git clone git://github.com/citrus/spree_essentials.git
cd spree_essentials
mv lib/dummy_hooks/after_migrate.rb.sample lib/dummy_hooks/after_migrate.rb
bundle install
bundle exec dummier
cd test/dummy
rails s

To Do

  • more tests
  • better documentation

Change Log

2011/6/1

  • added dummier
  • Removed some remaining CMS bits

2011/4/26

  • Modularized CMS. It can now be found here

2011/4/12

  • Added content contexts for multiple contents per page
  • Namespaced posts into blog/posts
  • Added <!-- more --> tag to posts

2011/4/4

  • Added Page Images and starting to remove resource_controller.

2011/4/3

  • Automatically adds Heroku support when you include spree_heroku in your Gemfile. Check the spree_heroku readme for full installation instructions.
  • Creates default content when you create a new page.

more in CHANGELOG.md

Contributors

So far it's just me; Spencer Steffen.

If you'd like to help out feel free to fork and send me pull requests!

License

Copyright (c) 2011 Spencer Steffen, released under the New BSD License All rights reserved.

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