Demo auto-build every 2 hours with the last commit: http://demo.pynuke.net
Pynuke is an open source CMS, developed in python with web2py framework. It's simple, easy to use and has a great potential. It's currently in beta.
- Free and open source software, programmed in python using web2py
Create pages and add modules into panels, modify content easily.
- Web hierarchical structure in multi-level menus.
- Manage users and roles, assign permissions to pages
- Create your own designs or modules
- Optimized from the start to search engines
- Web2py Framework
- Python 2.5, 2.6, 2.7.
- Python YAML module
Note: Google appengine is not supported.
Preparing the installation package from source code
Please download the source code, unzip it and package it into a file w2p
Download the last zip file with sources and unzip to a folder.
wget https://bitbucket.org/pynukedev/pynuke/get/default.tar.gz -O ./pynuke.tar.gz
gzip -dc pynuke.tar.gz | tar -x
#change to folder
cd pynukedev-pynuke-commit (change commit for commit id)
Compress all files in format "Tar.gz" in a file called pynuke.w2p
tar czf ./pynuke.w2p ./ --exclude=*.tar --exclude=*.w2p
Upload the file pynuke.w2p from web2py administrator using the mechanism of installing new applications and call the application "init", in this way the default boot application will be Pynuke.
You must move the file "root move_to_root_routes.py" in pynuke folder to root of web2py folder and rename to routes.py
Access the web site, you should see the home page in pynuke, press the login button
To enter the first time, username admin and password admin.