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Developing for Shuttle requires Ruby 1.9.3, PostgreSQL, Redis, Tidy, and a modernversion of libarchive. To run Shuttle for the first time:1. Clone this project. You can run `brew bundle` to install all dependencies available via Homebrew, which are specified in the `Brewfile`, or install them sequentially specified below.2. Install a modern version of libarchive, one that supports the GNU tar format. (The version that comes with Mac OS X does not.) On OS X, you can run brew install libarchive If you have an out-of-date libarchive version, you will see missing constant errors in the multifile exporters.3. Create a PostgreSQL user called `shuttle`, and make it the owner of two PostgreSQL databases, `shuttle_development` and `shuttle_test`: brew install postgresql createuser shuttle createdb -O shuttle shuttle_development createdb -O shuttle shuttle_test4. Install the libarchive gem using a modern version of libarchive. For Homebrew, run gem install libarchive -- --with-opt-dir=/usr/local/Cellar/libarchive/3.1.25. Install Redis and ElasticSearch. For Homebrew, run brew install redis elasticsearch and start them, following the post-install instructions for each of them.6. Install Qt, the cross-platform application framework, which is used for capybara-webkit. For Homebrew, run brew install qt6. You’ll need to run Bundler: `bundle install`7. Run `rake db:migrate db:seed` to seed the database.8. Run `RAILS_ENV=test rake db:migrate` to setup the test database.9. Verify that all specs pass with `rspec spec`10. To run the server, use `rails server`11. To run the job queue: `bundle exec sidekiq -C config/sidekiq.yml`to run the Sidekiq development server.12. Visit [http://localhost:3000](http://localhost:3000) and log in with the credentials: username: ****
password: **password123**



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