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WARNING: ABANDONED SOFTWARE, YMMV ================================= Sputnik was a fun project but it has not been maintained since 2012 and none of the primary contributors have plans to maintain it in the future. INTRODUCTION ============ Sputnik is a wiki/cms written in Lua. It is intended to be primarily used as a web application, but could also be accessed programmatically. See http://spu.tnik.org/ for more information. Sputnik is free / open source software, distributed under the MIT License. Some optional plugins are distributed under other free software licenses. See attached LICENSE.txt for more information. (c) 2007-2012 Yuri Takhteyev (most of the code) Some of the code is (c) other authors. (See LICENSE.txt for details.) Contact: <email@example.com> INSTALLATION ============ If you are simply looking to install Sputnik using the easiest method, you probably shouldn't be reading this. The simplest way to install Sputnik is by using one of our installers that relies on LuaRocks. If you want to try this option, go to http://spu.tnik.org/en/Installation and follow the instructions given there. Similarly, if you do want to install the latest version from our source code repository, see http://spu.tnik.org/en/Source. If you really want to install Sputnik by hand using the source code in this directory, see "Manual Installation and Use" below. Meanwhile, let's look at what we've got in this directory. SOURCE CODE ORGANIZATION ======================== This directory contains a number of sub-directories, representing "rocks" - collections of Lua modules that can be installed as a unit using LuaRocks. Each rock directory has a subdirectory called "lua" which has the actual Lua code, organized into modules. One rock may define multiple modules. So, we have for example sputnik/lua/sputnik/init.lua | | | | | | | submodule | | module | lua code rock The minimal set of rocks that you will need to run Sputnik is: sputnik - the core of Sputnik saci - Saci, a versioned document management system behind Sputnik There are also some rocks representing optional plugins: sputnik-medialike - a plugin offering support for mediawiki markup sputnik-tickets - a bug tracking plugin sputnik-mbox - a plugin enabling archival of mailing list Some of those optional plugins may be out of date. A few other ones are available in the "out-of-date-but-potentially-useful" directory: sputnik-pod - a plugin offering support for POD markup sputnik-search-google - a plugin for google search versium-svn - stores your data in subversion (needs updating) sputnik-examples - a basic set of demos sputnik-luausers - a demo showing Lua-Users wiki data loading into Sputnik sputnik-tests - some old tests Those are quite certainly out of date. MANUAL INSTALLATION AND USE =========================== If you really want to install Sputnik by hand using the source code in this directory, you will need the following dependencies: 1. Lua5.1 2. Binary Lua libraries: luasocket, lbase64, MD5, lpeg, luafilesystem* 3. Pure-lua Lua libraries: cosmo, coxpcall, wsapi, diff, markdown* Note: luafilesystem and markdown are not strictly speaking required, but are assumed by the _default_ storage system and markup module. You may also want to install the "optional but highly recommended" modules: xssfilter - a filter against cross-site scripting recaptcha - a Lua API for recaptcha (http://recaptcha.net) For a basic Sputnik installation, you will need to copy the following directories to where your Lua can find it. sputnik/lua/* saci/lua/* You should then use the script sputnik/bin/sputnik.lua to generate a WSAPI- compatible launcher script: sputnik.lua make-cgi produces "sputnik.ws", which is a Lua script that defines a WSAPI application. You can run Sputnik on any server for which there is a WSAPI bridge. The easiest, however, is Xavante, a pure-lua web server. To do this, install Xavante libraries where Lua can find them and run Sputnik as follows: sputnik.lua start-xavante sputnik.ws For other options see the wiki and WSAPI documentation.