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rSIGNAL - ruby Simple Inter-Interface Generic Aggregation Layer =============================================================== Please see also LICENSE.txt! This is GPLv3-Software! Installation Notes ------------------ 1. install Ruby, see http://www.ruby-lang.org (on Windows the Ruby Installer is a good choice) 2. make sure Ruby is installed with gem package manager (default with Ruby Installer) 3. install following gems: - dbi - sqlite3-ruby - dbd-sqlite3 you can do this by entrying following on the command prompt: gem install --remote dbi sqlite3-ruby dbd-sqlite3 4. unpack rSIGNAL where ever you like on your (server) hard disk 5. start rSIGNAL from command prompt 6. if you wish to run rSIGNAL as a http server on windows it may help to (because there's yet no windows service available) to define a Scheduler Task using the .bat file, Start Time: when booting, End Time: never - This automatically starts rSIGNAL not attached to a session - Usage Notes ----------- By default rSIGNAL runs as a http server over which you can control rSIGNAL... it uses URLs to take commands and prints out messages to the browser in plain text (which is pretty enough). Also by default the controlling commands are password protected. Short Reference: http://<servername>/ - show current status of rSIGNAL http://<servername>/stop - stops the server completely http://<servername>/restart - restarts the server, forcing the whole source code to reload http://<servername>/restart/config - just reloads the config (also loading added config files since the last restart/reload) this is useful when you added a new data source at runtime http://<servername>/restart/modules - just reloads the modules (also loading added module files since the last restart/reload) this is useful when you added a connector or transformer at runtime http://<servername>/restart/bin - just reloads the (libraries, ) modules and config http://<servername>/pull - pulls all new data from ALL data sources! (and pushes all to default location) http://<servername>/pull/<source_id> - pulls all new data from given source id (and pushes to default location) http://<servername>/pull/<source_id>?push_result - pulls all new data from given source id pushing to default location and directly to the http client http://<servername>/<source_id> - pushes given data source directly out to the http client in default output format http://<servername>/<source_id>/<format_module> - pushes given data source directly out to the http client formated by the given format module (if format module is not defined by data source definition, the defaul transformer is used) adding a ?mime=<mime_type> forces output to use the given Standard Username and Password for controlling functions can be seen in the commented /config/rSIGNAL_config.rb Version Log ----------- v1.02 ~~~~~ - initial release to public
Source: README.txt, updated 2011-01-16