[No German version, I'm too lazy.]
You may know it or not, I have been quite busy in the last month hacking on
OpenRailwayMap code. I have introduced automated testcases to spot syntax
errors and dangling icon references and much stuff like this. In fact, also the
done by me.
I've also done a lot of things to improve the stylesheets, as well as the
underlying software that drives them. Which usually resulted in me begging
Alexander to put that stuff on the server so I can actually see if it works.
Testing on a live system isn't a good idea anyway, and given the fact that
every update has to go through another person doesn't make this solution scale
So once I sat down and tried to set up a local server, but not a full-featured
database one. I have only the frontend rendering code on my machines, happily
using the vector tiles of the "real" server. This resulted in me fixing even
more stuff. Since the important parts of that are already merged I'll now write
down how to get there so you can hack on your own stuff.
My machines use openSUSE, so I will stick to those package names. And I don't
list the dependencies explicitely here to keep things short. So, let's start
zypper in git-core apache2-mod_php5 php5-ctype php5-gettext python-ply python-
rsvg python-cairo libxml2-tools zip
Now get the actual code
git clone https://github.com/rurseekatze/OpenRailwayMap.git
git submodule init renderer
That's pretty much it. Now tell your webserver where your OpenRailwayMap
directory is and that it should be served, or put the whole directory in your
~/public_html. Put "php5" and maybe also "userdir" (if you use
in your /etc/sysconfig/apache2 in the APACHE_MODULES line, (re)start apache:
systemctl start apache2.service
You may want to make canvas.php the directory index, otherwise you always have
to type it. The bitmap layer is of course also taken from the "real" instance,
so you can't change how that looks.
And you should basically be done. Now you can e.g. hack on styles/*.mapcss to
get different styling, just "make -C styles" afterwards and reload the page.
I hope some cool new pull requests will come in now, e.g. for signalling
systems outside of central Europe. In case I have forgotten some thing just
ask either on this list or in #OpenRailwayMap on irc.oftc.net
P.S.: want to have a proof that this works? http://orm-dev.der-dakon.net
usually runs a combination of most of my own branches that are waiting for
upstream integration. I may or may not pick other peoples branches there, too,
this is more or less random if I have an interest in them.