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Commitmonitor

Running

Setup

  • On project root, do the following:
  • Create a copy of commitmonitor/settings/local.py.example:
     cp commitmonitor/settings/local.py.example commitmonitor/settings/local.py (remembering you should replace commitmonitor with your project's name!).
  • Create a copy of .env.example:
    cp .env.example .env
  • Create the migrations for users app (do this, then remove this line from the README):
    python manage.py makemigrations
  • Run the migrations:
    python manage.py migrate

Tools

Running the project

  • Open a command line window and go to the project's directory.
  • pipenv install --dev
  • npm install
  • npm run start
  • Open another command line window and go to the project's directory.
  • pipenv shell
  • python manage.py runserver

Celery

  • Open a command line window and go to the project's directory
  • pipenv shell
  • python manage.py celery

Testing

make test

Will run django tests using --keepdb and --parallel. You may pass a path to the desired test module in the make command. E.g.:

make test someapp.tests.test_views

Adding new pypi libs

Just run pipenv install LIB_NAME_ON_PYPI and then pipenv lock to lock the version in Pipfile.lock file

Linting

  • Manually with prospector and npm run lint on project root.
  • During development with an editor compatible with prospector and ESLint.

Pre-commit hooks

  • Run pre-commit install to enable the hook into your git repo. The hook will run automatically for each commit.
  • Run git commit -m "Your message" -n to skip the hook if you need.

Contributing

How to test django-admin startproject

If you made changes to this boilerplate and want to test them, commit your changes and use git archive -o boilerplate.zip HEAD to create the template zip. Then, do a cd .. and a django-admin startproject theprojectname --extension py,yml,json --name Procfile,README.md,.env.example --template=django-react-boilerplate/boilerplate.zip to test the project bootstrap.

How to test Heroku deployment

Push your changes to a branch and visit https://dashboard.heroku.com/new?template=https://github.com/fill-org-or-user/fill-project-repo-name/tree/fill-branch (replace all fill-*).

How to add a 'Deploy to Heroku' button

Read this.

P.S. if you want to deploy in a different way please check the app.json file for what needs to be configured.

Commercial Support

This project, as other Vinta open-source projects, is used in products of Vinta clients. We are always looking for exciting work, so if you need any commercial support, feel free to get in touch: contact@vinta.com.br

Copyright (c) 2018 Vinta Serviços e Soluções Tecnológicas Ltda. MIT License

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