README
author Laurent Peuch <cortex@worlddomination.be>
Fri, 08 May 2020 03:03:31 +0200
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CubicWeb semantic web framework
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CubicWeb is a entities / relations based knowledge management system
developped at Logilab.

This package contains:

- a repository server
- a RQL command line client to the repository
- an adaptative modpython interface to the server
- a bunch of other management tools

Install
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More details at https://cubicweb.readthedocs.io/en/latest/book/admin/setup

Getting started
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Execute::

 python3 -m venv venv
 source venv/bin/activate
 pip install 'cubicweb[pyramid]' cubicweb-blog
 cubicweb-ctl create blog myblog
 # read how to create your ~/etc/cubicweb.d/myblog/pyramid.ini file here:
 # https://cubicweb.readthedocs.io/en/latest/book/pyramid/settings/#pyramid-settings-file
 # then start your instance:
 cubicweb-ctl pyramid -D myblog
 sensible-browser http://localhost:8080/

Details at https://cubicweb.readthedocs.io/en/latest/tutorials/base/blog-in-five-minutes

You can also look at the latest builds on Logilab's forge:
https://forge.extranet.logilab.fr/cubicweb/cubicweb

Test
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Simply run the `tox` command in the root folder of this repository:

    tox

How to install tox: https://tox.readthedocs.io/en/latest/install.html

Documentation
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Look in the doc/ subdirectory or read https://cubicweb.readthedocs.io/en/latest/


CubicWeb includes the Entypo pictograms by Daniel Bruce — http://www.entypo.com

Contributing
------------

Patches can be submitted on Logilab's forge (https://forge.extranet.logilab.fr).
If you do not have a write-access, please contact us at contact@logilab.fr

If you have any questions you can also come on Logilab's public XMPP room using
a XMPP client: public@conference.jabber.logilab.org

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Alternatively, patches could be submitted by email at the
cubicweb-devel@lists.cubicweb.org mailing list in order to get reviewed by
project integrators or any community member.  The simplest way of send patches
is to use the ``hg email`` command available through the *patchbomb* extension
of Mercurial. Preferably, patches should be *in the message body* of emails.
When submitting a revised version of a patch series, a prefix indicating the
iteration number ``<n>`` of the series should be added to email subject
prefixes; this can be achieved by specifying a ``--flag v<n>`` option to ``hg
email`` command. If needed you can also use the --in-reply-to option.

Examples:

    hg email --to cubicweb-devel@lists.cubicweb.org --intro -r <start>::<end>
    hg email --flag V2 --to cubicweb-devel@lists.cubicweb.org -r <start>::<end>

Mailing list: https://lists.cubicweb.org/mailman/listinfo/cubicweb-devel
Patchbomb extension: https://www.mercurial-scm.org/wiki/PatchbombExtension
Good practice on sending email patches: https://www.mercurial-scm.org/wiki/ContributingChanges#Emailing_patches