If you’re looking for an easy way to deploy Simple-Comic-CMS to the Google App Engine, you’ve come to the right place. With sccms-nonrel, you can have your own webcomic up and running in no time!
Make sure you have the prerequisites listed above installed. Next, download the latest version of sccms-nonrel. Unzip the archive to any directory on your file system.
Alternatively, you can clone the git repository by executing
git clone git://github.com/sclabs/sccms-nonrel.git
Feel free to fork the repository and develop your own tweaks and features under the conditions of the license (see below).
myappwith the application identifier for your app.
'My Awesome Webcomic'to whatever you actually want to call your site.
python manage.py deployand authenticate with your Google Account when prompted.
python manage.py remote createsuperuserto create a superuser for yourself.
It’s that simple! Point your browser to your_application_identifier.appspot.com to see your comic!
Make sure your comic numbering is consistent. Presently, sccms-nonrel does not check to make sure that your numbering is correct. Numbering your comics incorrectly will result in broken navigation links.
If you have a domain you’d like to host your webcomic on, you can add a domain to your app by going to the Application Settings page on your Google App Engine dashboard.
The templates directory contains a bare-bones example template (
comic.html) that you should feel free to modify and style however you like.
Direct all questions, comments, and bug reports to firstname.lastname@example.org.
sccms-nonrel is released under the terms of the GNU General Public License, the full text of which is available in the file
GPL. For details, please visit www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html.
Modules from the django-nonrel project are redistributed under the terms of the license found in the file
sccms-nonrel utilizes and is distributed with Aaron Madison’s improved django-filetransfers module, which is redistributed under the terms of the same license.