1. Andy Gocke
  2. corkboard



In order to get Corkboard up and running for a dev/testing environment, there
are a few additional things you need to do. The first is to create a
local_settings.py file in src/corkboard/ that contains settings for your
machine. Here's a sample local_settings.py file that simply requires you to set
your path for templates and site_media.

    DEBUG = True
      'default' : {
        'ENGINE' : 'django.db.backends.sqlite3',
        'NAME' : 'test.db'
    MEDIA_ROOT = '/Users/andy/code/sites/corkboard/static/site_media/'

The next thing you need to do is to prime the database. The first thing to
do is launch your python virtual environment using
    source ./venv/bin/activate
If you're using sqlite3 (the given database) no extra setup is required apart
from the following command (from the src/ directory):

    ./manage.py syncdb

This should finalize the Django setup. Use

    ./manage.py runserver

to start the debugging server on localhost:8000 to test your installation.

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