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Genropy

Genropy framework. To complete the installation:

sudo pip install paver

inside the folder gnrpy

sudo paver develop

for making the environment configuration

python initgenropy.py

Configuration files

Configuration files are:

~/.gnr/environment.xml
~/.gnr/instanceconfig/default.xml
~/.gnr/siteconfig/default.xmli

Projects

vi ~/.gnr/environment.xml

Inside environment.xml you can link the directories for your projects. The *initgenropy script creates an environment.xml that has 2 slots for projects one named 'genropy' that links
genropy standard projects and packages (eg: gnrcore) and 'custom' for your projects.

<projects>
    <genropy path="/home/genro/genropy/projects"/>
    <custom path="/home/genro/genropy_projects"/>
</projects>

Default for instances

vi ~/.gnr/instanceconfig/default.xml

Inside this file you can set all default parameters for every application instances of your installation. You can also set your default login as developer

<authentication>
    <xml_auth defaultTags="user,xml">
        <admin pwd="......." tags="_DEV_,admin,user"/>
    </xml_auth>
</authentication>

Default for sites

vi ~/.gnr/instanceconfig/default.xml

Inside this file you can set all default parameters for every application site of your installation

First project: Hello world

The command gnrmkproject is the standard way to create a new project:

gnrmkproject --help

Normally you create a project and (with the option -P) also a main package.
You can also add one or more standard packages for the project with the option -A (eg: -A gnrcore:sys, gnrcore:adm)

With the special option --helloworld you can create your first project:

gnrmkproject custom.myhelloworld -P mypackage -a  --helloworld

In this way a project myhelloworld is been created inside the custom folder of projects ("/home/genro/genropy_projects" in the standard environment.xml configuration), with a package mypackage, with instance and site configurations (-a option) and a simple example page inside the webpages folder of the main package.

Sandbox

Sandbox is the application for learning Genropy framework. (Currently avaliable only in italian)

Inside folder genropy_projects

git clone https://github.com/genropy/sandbox.git

Genropy webapplications needs a daemon

Run inside another terminal

gnrdaemon

Now we are ready for running sandbox website

gnrwsgiserve sandbox

If you want to edit tutorial files through the application itself run gnrwsgiserve with remote_edit option

gnrwsgiserve sandbox --remote_edit

License

The code is licensed under the LGPL license::

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public
License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
version 2.1 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
GNU Lesser General Public License for more details.

You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public
License along with this library; if not, write to the Free Software
Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA
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