Just want to know what modules Chuck knows of?
To search through the name and description of all modules use the command search_module
chuck search_module cms
To create a project you need to specify a project prefix (e.g. customer), a project name and optionally modules to include in your project.
Example: The following command will build a django-cms project with unittest and jenkins support:
chuck create_project <project_prefix> <project_name> django-cms,unittest,jenkins
You can also add other Python module with a version number like for using pip
chuck create_project <project_prefix> <project_name> unittest,jenkins -a django-social-auth==0.6.9
At some time in your development process you have got a project in your version control system and another developer wants to setup his or her development environment. This normally includes the following steps:
After doing these steps five or tens times it gets annoying, so why don’t you let Chuck do the job?
chuck setup_project <url_to_repo>
For example if you use a Git repository you simply execute the following:
chuck setup_project git://github.com/notch-interactive/django-chuck
As for now, this process is only supported for projects which got created through Django Chuck or contain a valid chuck_setup.py file. We plan to make this work on non-Chuck projects in the near future though.