Keigan is web interface for viewing a risu database
The name comes from the Japanese word for 'keen insight'.
Keigan has been tested with ruby-1.9.2-p320, ruby-1.9.3-p125. Please try to use one of these versions if possible. I recommend using RVM to setup your ruby environment you can get it here.
Installation is really easy just gem install!
% gem install keigan
It is assumed that you already have a working risu installation, a configuration file and a parsed database.
Step 1: Starting the service
Simply type in a console; by default Keigan will read a configuration file for database settings from the current directory. This means you should run it from the same directory as your risu database(sqlite) and configuration file.
Once the service boots up open a web browser and navigate to http://localhost:8869. Alternatively if you want the service to run in the background you can do the following.
% keigan &
Step 2: Navigating the website
Keigan displays everything in the database in a easy view manner.
If you would like to contribute to Keigan. The easiest way is to fork the project on github and make the changes in your fork and the submit a pull request to the project.
If you have any problems, bugs or feature requests please use the github issue tracker.
- keigan - (BSD) Copyright (C) 2012 Arxopia LLC.
- risu - (BSD) Copyright (C) 2010-2012 Arxopia LLC.
- Bluff - (MIT) Copyright (C) 2008-2010 James Coglan
You can reach the team at keigan[at]arxopia[dot]com.
You can also contact the team on irc.freenode.net in #risu.