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This program allows you to run jobs at specified times.

Authors:
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Thomas Koenig
David Parsons
Martin Schulze
Siggy Brentrup

home:ralflangb1 Maintainer Bugowner

This project was created for package openSUSE-Leap-15.0-Container via attribute OBS:Maintained

isv:B1-Systems Maintainer Bugowner

This is the umbrella repository for the openSUSE Buildservice projects of B1 Systems GmbH (http://www.b1-systems.de/).

It contains no packages. Find all packages in the subprojects by "Subprojects" in the tab above.

B1 Systems GmbH is a proud user and sponsor of the openSUSE Buildservice, which we consider one of the most useful collaboration platforms for cross-distribution software packaging.

isv:B1-Systems:Horde5 Maintainer Bugowner

Home Project of Horde 5 Distribution Packaging.

Projects:

isv:B1-Systems:Horde5:rolling - semiautomated lab, may contain experimental builds
isv:B1-Systems:Horde5:stable - A collection of apps known to work.
isv:B1-Systems:Horde5:dependencies - Non-Horde Pear Packages which may be missing on certain target distributions

This project was created for package openSUSE-Tumbleweed-Container-kiwi via attribute OBS:Maintained

This container includes a runnable git checkout of Horde 5.
It is designed for interactive development and testing of libraries both from upstream and from custom projects.

You can get the container here:
docker pull registry.opensuse.org/isv/b1-systems/horde5/containers/opensuse/tumbleweed/container/opensuse/tumbleweed:current

I recommend to run the container parallel with a database container. Therefor I created a docker-compose yml, which you can find here:
git clone https://github.com/FrankFlorian/hordeOnTumbelweed.git

Then you can run the command:
docker-compose -f docker-compose.yml up

Now you should be able to access the container with:

docker exec -it hordeontumbelweed_php_1 /bin/bash

Also you should be able to see the Horde environment via your browser on http://loacalhost

To set up the database:

docker exec -it hordeontumbelweed_db_1 mysql -p -e "create database horde; grant all on horde.* to 'horde'@'%' identified by 'horde'";

docker exec -it hordeontumbelweed_php_1 chown wwwrun:www -R /srv/git/horde/base/config

Use the frontend for building the new configuration:
Go to the gear symbol select Administration->Configuration and then select the configuration for Horde.

Click on the database tab. Add the following settings:

SQL Database Settings:

$conf['sql']['phptype'] = MySQL/PDO
$conf['sql']['username'] = horde
$conf['sql']['password'] = horde
$conf['sql']['protocol'] = TCP/IP
$conf['sql']['hostspec'] = hordeontumbelweed_db_1
$conf['sql']['port'] = 3306
$conf['sql']['database'] = horde
$conf['sql']['charset'] = utf-8
$conf['sql']['ssl'] = No
$conf['sql']['splitread'] = Disabled
$conf['sql']['logqueries'] = no checkmark

Save the settings.
To finish the database setup run:
docker exec -it hordeontumbelweed_php_1 /srv/git/horde/base/bin/horde-db-migrate

pear packages you need to snapshot for Horde 5. These mirror parts of server:php:applications

This package provides an object-oriented API for building SVG documents.

This container includes a runnable git checkout of Horde 5 (after git split).
It is designed for interactive development and testing of libraries both from upstream and from custom projects.

https://download.opensuse.org/repositories/isv:/B1-Systems:/Horde5:/opensuse-appliance/images/

An internal web server is added, this can also test drive apps.

Load the image

docker pull registry.opensuse.org/isv/b1-systems/horde5/opensuse-appliance/images/horde5-developer:latest
docker tag registry.opensuse.org/isv/b1-systems/horde5/opensuse-appliance/images/horde5-developer:latest horde5-developer:latest

NOTE: URL might change if/when the docker feature of OBS is updated.

For Browser Usage from local desktop, exposing Horde on all interfaces port 80
docker run -d -p 80:80 --name horde5 horde5-developer /bin/start

For interactive usage

docker run -it --name horde5 horde5-developer /bin/bash

For unit testing
cd /srv/git/horde/$componentName/
/srv/git/horde/components/bin/horde-components qc

For development
First run the container and copy horde git, then restart and bind mount to use the code from your home dir

docker run -it --name horde5 horde5-developer /bin/bash
mkdir ~/horde
docker cp horde5:/srv/git/horde/ ~/horde
docker stop horde5; docker rm horde5; docker run -it -v ~/horde/:/srv/git/horde/ --name horde5 horde5-developer /bin/bash

This allows live editing with GUI tools

For Custom Apps / Libs
Bind mount or add a volume containing your horde checkout with added app/lib, then
docker exec /srv/git/git-tools/bin/horde-git-tools dev install

For version upgrades
/srv/git/horde/components/bin/horde-components update --new-api="2.0.0" --new-state=stable --new-version="2.0.0" --new-apistate=stable

For Changelog entries

/srv/git/horde/components/bin/horde-components changed "[xyz] Added Foo."

For snapshots

/srv/git/horde/components/bin/horde-components snapshot --keep-version

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Add a database - development only, don't use this in public!

docker pull mariadb

docker network create horde
docker network connect horde horde5
docker run --name horde5-db -e MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD=horde5 --hostname horde5-db --network horde -d mariadb
docker exec -it horde5-db mysql -p -e "create database horde; grant all on horde.* to 'horde'@'%' identified by 'horde'";

Add the mysql database to the horde backend, access the horde application via:
docker run -d -p 80:80 -v ~/horde/:/srv/git/horde/ --name horde5 horde5-developer /bin/start

Use the frontend for building the new configuration:
Go to the gear symbol select Administration->Configuration and then select the configuration for Horde.

Click on the database tab. Add the following settings:

$conf['sql']['username'] = 'horde';
$conf['sql']['password'] = 'horde';
$conf['sql']['hostspec'] = 'horde5-db';
$conf['sql']['port'] = 3306;
$conf['sql']['protocol'] = 'tcp';
$conf['sql']['database'] = 'horde';
$conf['sql']['charset'] = 'utf-8';
$conf['sql']['ssl'] = false;
$conf['sql']['splitread'] = false;
$conf['sql']['logqueries'] = false;
$conf['sql']['phptype'] = 'mysql';

Save the settings, maybe it is necessary to change the rights of the following directory:
docker exec -it horde5 chown wwwrun:www -R /srv/git/horde/base/config

Exit the container and use

docker exec -it horde5 /srv/git/horde/base/bin/horde-db-migrate

This should setup the database completely.

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isv:B1-Systems:Horde5:rolling Maintainer Bugowner

Rolling semi-automated upgrades of the Horde 5 pear packages.
Will be forwarded to devel project server:php:applications at chosen stable points.

IMP, the Internet Mail Program, is one of the most popular and widely deployed open source webmail applications in the world.
It allows universal, web-based access to IMAP and POP3 mail servers and provides Ajax, mobile and traditional interfaces
with a rich range of features normally found only in desktop email clients.

Ingo is an email-filter management application. It is fully internationalized, integrated with Horde and the IMP Webmail client,
and supports both server-side (Sieve, procmail) and client-side (IMAP) message filtering.

The Mnemo Note Manager is the Horde notes/memos application. It allows
users to keep web-based notes and freeform text. Notes may be shared with
other users via shared notepads. It requires the Horde Application
Framework and an SQL database or Kolab server for backend storage.

Nag is a web-based application built upon the Horde Application Framework which provides a simple,
clean interface for managing online task lists (i.e., todo lists).
It also includes strong integration with the other Horde applications and allows
users to share task lists or enable light-weight project management.

The timeobjects application doesn't have an interface but provides streams
of events to any applications that can consume them, notably the Horde
calendar application. It contains drivers for facebook events and weather
forecasts and can easily be extended by custom drivers.

Turba is the Horde contact management application.
Leveraging the Horde framework to provide seamless integration with IMP and other Horde applications,
it supports storing contacts in SQL, LDAP, Kolab, and IMSP address books.

isv:B1-Systems:Horde5:stable Maintainer Bugowner

NOTE: This project contains no packages. Find all packages
in the subprojects by using "Subprojects" in the tab above.

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THIS PROJECT IS DEPRECATED. DON'T USE IT ANYMORE.

php 5.3 with large file patch

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