BOOTSTRAPPING The Gluttonberg engine will not run a server by itself. Instead it needs to be booted within a stubbed out Rails application. Thankfully, this is pretty easy to do.
Say you have Gluttonberg stored in the following directory:
CD into the Code directory and generate a new Rails app:
$ cd ~/Code $ rails new gluttonberg-test
Then inside the new rails app, open the Gemfile and edit it so it requires the Gluttonberg engine.
$ mvim gluttonberg-test/Gemfile
The require should look like this - assuming you use the same dirs as me:
gem 'gluttonberg', :path => '../gluttonberg' bundle install
If this is the first time you are bootstrapping gluttonberg, you will need to copy the migrations to the host app. There is a simple generator that will do this for you.
Change your config/database.yml file create your database by running rake db:create $ rails generate gluttonberg:installer
Then boot your Rails app.
$ cd gluttonberg-test $ rails generate gluttonberg:installer $ rails server
Simple as that!
First, you should install ImageMagick (www.imagemagick.org/) on your machine. Command line tools of ImageMagick must be in your system path. You can check this by running the command:
Customise your asset library settings in application.rb file. gluttonberg:installer will generate an example setting in readme file.
At this stage there is no signup form. You will need to fire up a console and run the following commands (Change email, first name and password accordingly)
user = .new(:email => "[email protected]", :password => "password1", :password_confirmation => "password1" , :first_name => "first_name" ) user.role = "super_admin" user.save
You will now be able to log in.
** require_user ** require_user is called on every admin page via the Gluttonberg::Admin::BaseController.
To skip require_user use
skip_before_filter :require_user, :only => [:method]
rake gluttonberg:library:bootstrap rake gluttonberg:generate_default_locale rake gluttonberg:generate_or_update_default_settings
If you want to make your make versions of your model data. Put following line in your model
is_versioned opts_hash # for more detail about opts hash Please read acts_as_versioned documentation
please add following lines in your application.rb file and customize according to your requirement
config.filter_parameters += [:password , :password_confirmation] config.app_name = “Gluttonberg Test” # Human readable name of your application config.localize = false # or true : if you want localized pages then please set it true
set this host_name for urls in email. config.host_name