Krzysztof Andrzej Sikorski
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Nexus Archive website, based on Symfony framework.
This project is licensed under European Union Public Licence (EUPL).
For convenience an English text of the licence is included in LICENSE.txt file.
Source code is primarily hosted on my private Git server, but for convenience and redundancy it is also mirrored to a few popular code hosting portals:
Installation and deployment
This is a standard Symfony-based web application, requiring only a standard software stack of:
- an http server (e.g. Nginx)
- PHP binaries and some standard extensions ( see composer.json file for details)
- Composer tool (for fetching and installing third-party PHP libraries)
- a relational database server supporting SQL language (e.g. PostgreSQL)
You can find some generic advice in Symfony documentation, in installation and deployment chapters.
The application was only tested on PostgreSQL, but it should theoretically work on any database engine that is supported by Doctrine library. Check Doctrine documentation for details.
On Linux Mint (and probably also Ubuntu or Debian) you can use following commands to install required system packages:
sudo apt-get install php-cli php-fpm postgresql # basic packages sudo apt-get install php-xml php-mbstring php-intl php-xml # required or recommended by Symfony sudo apt-get install php-pgsql # required by application design
Remember to also configure periodic execution of following console commands (e.g. via cron jobs or systemd timers):
bin/console app:worker:parserfor parsing submitted data
bin/console app:worker:prune-databasefor pruning unwanted rows from db
- some classes are loaded from
var\cachedirectory, so you have to execute
bin/console cache:warmupto have them available for IDE autocompletion