Welcome to Baleen
Complete documentation coming soon!
This quick start is intended to get you setup with Baleen in development mode (since the project is still under development). If you'd like to run Baleen in production, please see the [documentation][rtfd_href].
Clone the repository
$ git clone email@example.com:bbengfort/baleen.git $ cd baleen
Create a virtualenv and install the dependencies
$ virtualenv venv $ source venv/bin/activate $ pip install -r requirements.txt
baleenmodule to your
$PYTHONPATHvia the virtualenv.
$ echo $(pwd) > venv/lib/python2.7/site-packages/baleen.pth
Create your local configuration file. Edit it with the connection details to your local MongoDB server. This is also a good time to check and make sure that you can create a database called Baleen on Mongo.
$ cp conf/baleen-example.yaml conf/baleen.yaml
The YAML file should look similar to:
debug: true testing: false database: host: localhost port: 27017 name: baleen
Run the tests to make sure everything is ok.
$ make test
Make sure that the command line utility is ready to go:
$ bin/baleen --help
Import the feeds from the
feedly.opmlfile in the fixtures.
$ bin/baleen import fixtures/feedly.opml Ingested 101 feeds from 1 OPML files
Perform an ingestion of the feeds that were imported from the
$ bin/baleen ingest
Your Mongo database collections should be created as you add new documents to them, and at this point you're ready to develop!