If you are just looking to take Jerakia for a spin with no strings attached, or want to try stuff out in a development environment, you can do so very easily right from your home directory assuming you have bundler installed. The
test/fixtures directory in the git repo contains all the scaffolding needed for a fully working test environment, it’s what our automated tests use.
JERAKIA_CONFIG, and there is a script to do that.
It’s pretty simple, just clone the repo and set a couple of environment variables and you can use Jerakia. You need to be in the root Jerakia folder to run commands as paths are relative. Here is what you need to do
If all went well, you should be able to run Jerakia from the root folder calling
./bin/jerakia. In our test data we have the key
cities in the
test namespace, so you should simply be able to run this as…