Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Miscellaneous

The Welfare test suite needed some care after the changes of last weeks. I created a sticky ticket #881 for this kind of work.

I changed the insert_layout of tickets.ui.Tickets.

The detail_layout of a ticket is now overridden in lino_noi.projects.team.lib.tickets.models (and no longer in lino_noi.lib.faculties). This is another example of why set_detail_layout should maybe become deprecated (#526).

It seems that the general rule is: if you want your own detail_layout, then you should write your own plugin.

I deployed everything to lino-framework.org.

A new deployment strategy?

I am going to setup a new production site on mylino.org, and that site should have its own virtual environment. The easiest way would be to simply add a new environment as described in Installing a Lino development environment.

But a clone of the Lino repository takes 257 MB of disk space. Do we really need to waste that much?

I surfed around and found documents like Setting up a private, team-wide PyPI repository, but it seems to me that our own packages server would be overkill.

The easiest and most appropriate way seems to start using officially released “stable” versions of Lino.

Here is a cheat sheet for installing Lino Noi:

$ cd ~/virtualenvs
$ virtualenv b
New python executable in b/bin/python
Installing setuptools, pip, wheel...done.
$ cd b
$ . bin/activate
$ mkdir lino_cache
$ mkdir lino_static
$ mkdir repositories
$ cd repositories
$ git clone https://github.com/lino-framework/xl.git
$ pip install -e xl/
$ git clone https://github.com/lsaffre/noi.git
$ pip install -e noi/