Installation

Geocodr is a Python application and requires Python 2.7, 3.4 or higher.

Use the following commands to install all dependencies and Geocodr:

git clone https://github.com/rostock/geocodr.git
cd geocodr
# install dependencies
pip install -r api/requirements.txt
pip install -r import/requirements.txt
# dependencies for running tests with pytest
pip install -r api/requirements-test.txt

# install Geocodr and import tools
pip install -e api
pip install -e import

This method links the source directory of Geocodr and any changes to the source code are immediately available to the Geocodr tools and API.

Note

It is recommended to use Virtualenv for installation.

Commands

Geocodr comes with the command line query tool geocodr and the web API geocodr-api. The optional import helper provides the geocodr-zk and geocodr-post tools. Each command provides a --help option. Call geocodr --help to see if the installation was successful.

Packaging

You can build packages for installation on a server with the following command:

(cd api && python setup.py bdist_wheel --universal)
(cd import && python setup.py bdist_wheel --universal)

The built packages are placed in {api,import}/dist and can be installed with pip install geocodr*.whl.

Solr

Geocodr assumes that you already have an existing SolrCloud and ZooKeeper installation.

Tests

Geocodr comes with a small test suite. You can run the tests with pytest api. The geocodr-mv repository contains an extensive suite of acceptance tests. These tests depend on non-public datasets, but they are a good start to write your own acceptance tests for your own data and your own configuration.