Manual do Desenvolvedor


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Deploy Requirements

  • Operating system: Debian (>= 7.7) or Ubuntu (14.04);
  • Proxy server: uwsgi (>= 2.0.7);
  • Web Server: nginx (>= 1.6.2);
  • javascript server-side interpreter: node.js (>= 0.10.40);
  • Data base server: postgresql (>= 9.2);
  • Python language package: python (= 2.7 ou < 3);
  • Virtual Enviroment Python: virtualenv (>=1.11.6);

Develop Requirements

  • all the above requirements

  • build essentials and many dev packages if on apt/rpm based systems
    • libpq-dev, libjpeg-dev, libpng12-dev, build-essential, python-dev, gettext
  • nodejs (0.10+) (you will need a ppa for ubuntu < 14.04)

Python env

  • create a Python 2.X virtualenv:

    virtualenv ../timtec-env
  • activate the virtual env:

    source ../timtec-env/bin/activate
  • run make:

  • run the django devel server:

    ./ runserver

Getting Started

We provide a vagrant file for easy dev environment creation. Install Vagrant and on the main directory run:

vagrant up

Them you just need to go inside the machine to start the dev server:

vagrant ssh

On the VM console:

./ runserver

Now the system is running, you can go to http://localhost:8000 on your web browser and navigate on it.

To create a new superuser (so you can give permissions to other make other users professors) run:

./ createsuperuser

See the Vagrantfile and script folder for more details.

Running Tests

We made a bunch of tests for the system. They are separated into python tests (that includes selenium full stack tests) and Karma/AngularJS tests. To run all of them together just type:

make all_tests

remember that you need to have your virtualenv activated and has installed everything from the dev-requirements.txt file.


Activate virtual env, then:

make python_tests


In the root of repository:

make karma_tests