Get set up by cloning, creating a virtualenv and running:
$ make develop
to install the testing dependencies.
There is a VagrantFile for setting up a sandbox VM where you can play around with the functionality. Bring up the Vagrant box:
$ vagrant up
$ cd /vagrant/sandbox $ ./provision.sh
This may take a while but will set up a Ubuntu Precise64 VM with RabbitMQ installed and configured. You can then SSH into the machine and run the Django development server:
$ vagrant ssh $ cd /vagrant/sandbox $ ./manage.py loaddata/fixture.json $ ./manage.py runserver 0.0.0.0:8000
The dummy site will be available at
localhost:8080. There are some sample
sandbox/dummyapp/views.py that exercise django-cacheback.
Run a Celery worker using:
$ ./manage.py celery worker --loglevel=INFO