\BlueLaTeX aims to provide a tool chain to easily write documents collaboratively.
The first intended audience of \BlueLaTeX is the academic world (for now!), by integrating concepts and lifecycles particularly well-suited for these kind of documents, but it can be used for any other kind of document.
A SMTP server access is needed for sending registration and notifications mails.
\BlueLatex needs two parameters to be set :
- Public Host : This parametere is used for generating \BlueLatex URL
used for mail notifications. Must be the IP or FQDN of the host
- Mail Server : \BlueLatex needs a mail server for registration and
Getting the Docker image
$ docker pull ptitoliv/bluelatex:centos7
Running the Docker Image
The Public Host and Mail servers parameters are set in the \BlueLatex configuration file using Docker Environment variables. In order to have a fully running \BlueLatex, the container must be launched in the following way :
$ docker run -p 8080:8080 -e PUBLIC_HOST=<PUBLIC_IP_OR_FQDN> \ -e MAIL_SERVER=<MAIL_SERVER_IP_OR_FQDN> -d ptitoliv/bluelatex:centos7