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ckanext-googleanalyticsbasic

Basic extension to add google analytics tracking code in page header

    0.2.1

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ckanext-googleanalyticsbasic

Puts the Google Analytics asynchronous tracking code into your page headers for basic Google Analytics page tracking.

Installation

  1. Install the extension as usual, e.g. (from an activated virtualenv) ::

     $ pip install -e  git+https://github.com/GSA/ckanext-googleanalyticsbasic#egg=ckanext-googleanalyticsbasic
    
  2. Edit your development.ini (or similar) to provide space separated list of google ids ::

     googleanalytics.ids = UA-1010101-1 UA-1010101-2
    
  3. Edit again your configuration ini file to activate the plugin with: ::

     ckan.plugins = googleanalyticsbasic
    

Compatibility

This extension is compatible with these versions of CKAN.

CKAN versionCompatibility
<=2.8no
2.9yes
2.10yes

Tests

All the tests live in the /ckanext/geodatagov/tests folder.

Using the Docker Dev Environment

Build Environment

To start environment, run: docker-compose build docker-compose up

CKAN will start at localhost:5000

To shut down environment, run:

docker-compose down

To docker exec into the CKAN image, run:

docker-compose exec app /bin/bash

Testing

They follow the guidelines for testing CKAN extensions.

To run the extension tests, start the containers with make up, then:

$ make test

Lint the code.

$ make lint

Matrix builds

The development environment drops as many dependencies as possible. It is not meant to have feature parity with GSA/catalog.data.gov. Tests should mock external dependencies where possible.

In order to support multiple versions of CKAN, or even upgrade to new versions of CKAN, we support development and testing through the CKAN_VERSION environment variable.

$ make CKAN_VERSION=2.10 test

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