Commit 432cbbd4 by Maiyannah Bishop

Expand installation instructions, incremement version num

1 parent 9027881f
......@@ -527,9 +527,20 @@ database which is introduced by using OpprotunisticQM or the legacy queuedaemon.
You can get Redis from and there is a Quick Install guide at that can help you get it going.
In most systems, you will need three packagaes to make this work. For example,
in CentOS, you can install the required environment with:
yum install redis php-pecl-redis php-gmp
For other distributions, the package names may change.
Once Redis is set up and confirmed to be working, you will need to set the
following in your config.php:
To enable redis queue:
* queue subsystem - redis
If you have Redis running on a UNIX socket:
* redis_socket_location - the location of the UNIX socket
......@@ -551,6 +562,7 @@ There are also some optional things you can set up to tweak your queue:
* redis_expiration - how long to hold a remote message in Redis before it is dropped
(default 86400, which is 1 day)
### queuedaemon
If you want to use legacy queuedaemon, you must be able to run
......@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@ if (!defined('POSTACTIV')) { exit(1); }
define('GNUSOCIAL_ENGINE', 'postActiv');
define('GNUSOCIAL_BASE_VERSION', '1.0.1');
define('GNUSOCIAL_BASE_VERSION', '1.0.2');
define('GNUSOCIAL_LIFECYCLE', 'dev'); // 'dev', 'alpha[0-9]+', 'beta[0-9]+', 'rc[0-9]+', 'release'
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