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Installation Guidelines: Linux - Developer (Script)

Ubuntu

#!/bin/bash
set -e

#
# Install a Sahana Eden Developer environment in Ubuntu
# - tested on 11.10
#

f_Quick() {
    MODE="quick"
}
f_Medium() {
    MODE="medium"
}
f_Full() {
    MODE="full"
}

if [[ -z "$1" ]]; then
    # Offer a menu
    echo "Welcome to the Sahana Eden Dev Installation script for Ubuntu."
    echo "This will install a working verion of Sahana Eden into ~/web2py."
    echo
    echo "Select the Installation Type:"
    echo
    echo "1. Medium - installs all mandatory and some common optional dependencies. It is the normal recommended option."
    echo "2. Quick - installs only mandatory dependencies. This is recommended if you are on a slow Internet connection or need to get operational quickly."
    echo "3. Full - installs all optional dependencies & the Eclipse debugger. It is only recommended if you are on a fast Internet connection & are prepared to be patient."
    echo
    echo -n "Your choice? : "
    read choice

    case "$choice" in
      1) f_Medium ;;
      2) f_Quick ;;
      3) f_Full ;;
      *) echo "\"$choice\" is not valid" ; exit ;;
    esac
elif [[ "$1" = "quick" ]]; then
    # Set the option direct
    MODE="quick"
elif [[ "$1" = "medium" ]]; then
    # Set the option direct
    MODE="medium"
elif [[ "$1" = "full" ]]; then
    # Set the option direct
    MODE="full"
else
    echo >&2 "$1 is not a valid option!\nPlease use either 'quick', 'medium' or 'full'"
    exit 1
fi

# Install Python Libs
#sudo apt-get install -y python2.7 python-dateutil
sudo apt-get install -y python-lxml python-shapely bzr
if [[ "$MODE" = "medium" ]]; then
    sudo apt-get -y install python-reportlab python-xlwt
elif [[ "$MODE" = "full" ]]; then
    sudo apt-get -y install python-reportlab python-xlwt
    sudo apt-get -y install python-matplotlib python-numpy python-scipy python-xlrd
    sudo apt-get -y install eclipse
fi

# Install Web2Py
cd
if [[ "$MODE" = "full" ]]; then
    # Install Bzr Trunk
    bzr branch lp:~mdipierro/web2py/devel web2py
else
    # Install the stable version
    wget http://www.web2py.com/examples/static/web2py_src.zip
    unzip web2py_src.zip
fi

cat << EOF > ~/web2py/routes.py
#!/usr/bin/python
default_application = 'eden'
default_controller = 'default'
default_function = 'index'
routes_onerror = [
        ('eden/400', '!'),
        ('eden/401', '!'),
        ('eden/*', '/eden/errors/index'),
        ('*/*', '/eden/errors/index'),
    ]
EOF

# Install Eden
cd ~/web2py/applications
bzr branch lp:sahana-eden eden

echo "Installation is now complete - you can run Sahana either by using the Eclipse debugger or else by running:"
echo "cd ~/web2py ; python web2py.py -a eden"

Install Eclipse

If you want a graphical debugger to set breakpoints & step through code then it is recommended to install Eclipse:

Developer Guidelines

Now, see how to put your installation to work:

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