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README

Introduction

Comprehensive Knowledge Archive Network (CKAN) Software.

See :mod:`ckan.__long_description__` for more information.

Developer Installation

These are quick instructions to get developing. For fuller instructions see :doc:`deployment`.

  1. Get the code and install it:

    We recommend installing using pip and virtualenv:

    # grab the install requirements from the ckan mercurial repo
    # Or checkout the mercurial repo directly!
    wget http://knowledgeforge.net/ckan/hg/raw-file/default/pip-requirements.txt
    # create a virtualenv to install into
    virtualenv pyenv-ckan
    # install using pip-requirements
    pip -E pyenv-ckan install -r pip-requirements.txt
    
  1. Make a config file as follows:

    # NB: you need to activate the virtualenv
    paster --plugin ckan make-config ckan {your-config.ini}
    
  2. Tweak the config file as appropriate and then setup the application:

    paster --plugin ckan setup-app {your-config.ini}
    

    NB: you'll need to setup a database -- see sqlalchemy.url config option. We support only PostgreSQL at this time. You'll need to install the relevant python library (eg. On debian/ubuntu: python-psycopg2)

    NB: You may also need to create the Pylon's cache directory specified by cache_dir in the config file.

  3. Run the webserver:

    paster serve {your-config.ini}
    
  4. Point your browser at: http://localhost:5000/ (or a different port, depending on the one given in your config file)

Test

Make sure you've created a config called development.ini, then:

nosetests ckan/tests

Documentation

The home page for the CKAN project is: http://knowledgeforge.net/ckan

This file is part of the developer docs. The complete developer docs are built from the ckan repository using Sphinx and uploaded by an admin to KnowledgeForge. To build the developer docs:

python setup.py build_sphinx

Contributors

  • Rufus Pollock <rufus [at] rufuspollock [dot] org>
  • David Read
  • John Bywater
  • Nick Stenning (css and js)

Also especial thanks to the following projects without whom this would not have been possible:

Copying and License

This material is copyright (c) 2006-2010 Open Knowledge Foundation.

It is open and licensed under the GNU Affero General Public License (AGPL) v3.0 whose full text may be found at:

<http://www.fsf.org/licensing/licenses/agpl-3.0.html>