This project contains economics-related open source and open data material.
## Contributors, Copyright and License
Contributors to the project are listed in AUTHORS. All code, content and data in Open Economics is open and can be freely used, reused and redistributed. Details of the exact licensing are provided below.
All code is available under the MIT License:
Copyright (c) 2005-08, Open Knowledge Foundation
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## Content and Data
Unless otherwise stated all content and data is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license v3.0 (unported + all jurisdictions) with the additional provision that this license should be read broadly to cover not only copyright but also all other IP rights present in this material including, for example, any database rights.
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- python. This package is written in python (http://www.python.org/) and requires a python version >= 2.3 to function.
- setuptools (python package)
### Install Code
Either: Grab the source code and then run:
$ sudo python setup.py install
OR: use easy_install: $ easy_install econ
### Create Confirguation File
Run the following command (where <ini_file> is the name of the configuration file to be generated):
$ paster make-config econ <ini_file>
Finally for convenience you may want to set the ECONCONF environment variable to point to the location of this file.
### Test Installation
You can test your installation by opening a python shell and running:
>>> import econ >>> print econ.__version__
## Command Line Admin Utility
Then follow the instructions to get help
## For Developers
Running tests: we use py.test for running tests.