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Collaborative editing of legislative texts
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Requirements

  • Python 3.x
  • Probably a working C compiler and make (to build libsass)
  • Pillow install dependencies 1
  • libjpeg-dev, zlib1g-dev and build-essential (for debian like distributions)

Installation

$ git clone https://github.com/labhackercd/wikilegis.git
$ cd wikilegis
$ npm install
$ pip install -r requirements.txt

Customizing settings

To customize some wikilegis settings, create the file settings.ini on ./wikilegis/settings/. The availables parameters are:

[settings]

# Application settings
API_KEY = api_key
SECRET_KEY = secret_key
FORCE_SCRIPT_NAME
DEBUG = 1 # True
ALLOWED_HOSTS = *
DATABASE_ENGINE = sqlite3 # postgresql, mysql, sqlite3, oracle
DATABASE_NAME = db.sqlite3
DATABASE_USER
DATABASE_PASSWORD
DATABASE_HOST
DATABASE_PORT

# Authentication settings
LOGIN_URL = /accounts/login/
LOGIN_REDIRECT_URL = /
AUTH_USER_MODEL = auth2.User
ENABLE_REMOTE_USER = 0 # False
SESSION_COOKIE_NAME = sessionid
ACCOUNT_ACTIVATION_REQUIRED = 0 # False
ACCOUNT_ACTIVATION_DAYS = 7
ENABLE_SOCIAL_AUTH = 1 # True

# Email settings
EMAIL_HOST = localhost
EMAIL_PORT = 587
EMAIL_HOST_USER
EMAIL_HOST_PASSWORD
EMAIL_USE_TLS
DEFAULT_FROM_EMAIL

# Locale settings
LANGUAGE_CODE = pt-br
TIME_ZONE = America/Sao_Paulo

# Logging settings
LOG_DIR = wikilegis.log

# Staticfiles settings
STATIC_URL = /static/
MEDIA_URL = /media/

# Legacy Wikilegis settings
CONNECT_TO_LEGACY_WIKILEGIS = 0 # False
LEGACY_DATABASE_ENGINE = sqlite3 # postgresql, mysql, sqlite3, oracle
LEGACY_DATABASE_NAME = legacy.sqlite3
LEGACY_DATABASE_USER
LEGACY_DATABASE_PASSWORD
LEGACY_DATABASE_HOST
LEGACY_DATABASE_PORT

Plugins

You can list all available plugins with:

$ ./manage.py list_plugins

Availables plugins:
[ ] camara_deputados

If the listed plugin is active, the "checkbox" will be filled with "X". Otherwise, will be empty.

Activating plugins

Once you have listed all available plugins, you can activate one of them. To do this you have to execute the following django command:

$ ./manage.py activate_plugin plugin_name

After run this command, all plugin dependencies will be installed using pip. If you're using virtualenv, problably you'll not have problems. But if you're not using, you must run this command with root previlleges.

Deactivating plugins

To deactivate one plugin:

$ ./manage.py deactivate_plugin plugin_name

Note that plugin dependencies will remain installed on your system.

Database and superuser setup

$ ./manage.py migrate
$ ./manage.py createsuperuser

Running the development server

$ ./manage.py runserver

Admin interface

If everything went right, the admin interface is now available at: http://127.0.0.1:8000/admin. You can log in using the superuser credentials you just created and manage all kinds of contents. Once you're done managing your site, go visit the main page at http://127.0.0.1:8000/.

Translating

TODO: Instructions to use Transifex to translate this.

Complementary Info

Supporters

<img src="http://i.imgur.com/uBFwgtd.png" />

We do our best to make sure Wikilegis's user interface works properly on as many platforms as possible. BrowserStack help us making this possible with their support to open source projects like ours.

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