What.cd and Project Gazelle are already offering SVN (subversion) access to their popular Gazelle codebase, so it comes as no surprise that it landed at popular 1-click hosters such as RapidShare and MegaUpload. So what does all this mean? Not much, really - the RC1 (Release Candidate 1) of Gazelle is currently available publicly through SVN anyways. The drawback is that Gazelle is not directly upgradeable via these download links. Links can be found here:
You’ll need PHP 5+, MySQL 4+, a webserver (such as Apache), PHP memcached extensions, and access to your root MySQL (password). Gazelle comes with an installation script, so we suggest you run that. It’s located in /install/index.php, so open up your web browser and run the script. The script will set up your configuration file and your database, and make a new user.
Gazelle comes with comprehensive installation instructions in the /docs directory. Better yet, be sure to check out the new forum at Project Gazelle. Here’s a snippet of Gazelle’s requirements:
In order to run Gazelle, you need the following software:
- - Some sort of httpd (we recommend Apache)
- - MySQL
- - memcached
And the following php extensions:
- - GD (for the captcha and the similar artist map)
- - mb_string (multibyte strings)
- - mcrypt (for encrypting cookies)
- - memcache (interface to connect with memcached)
- - mysqli (because the ordinary mysql libraries just don’t cut it)
For php, TURN MAGIC_QUOTES_GPC OFF.
Currently, the only (other) way to access the Gazelle code is via SVN. TortoiseSVN is a popular & recommended SVN client.
The SVN address is http://svn.what.cd/repos/project_gazelle and the username and password are both gazelle.
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