hmmmm I guess what you're looking for is something like how Facebook works, you can drag and crop your avatar after uploading? That's something we'd love to have in the future, in the meantime just hang tight (and make use of your MS Paint 😉 ) 😛
NodeBB on heroku
I'm trying to install NodeBB on heroku with Mongolab or MongoHQ database providers. My database is correctly setup, but when I try and launch the app via
node app, I get the following error :
error: Error creating index text search not enabled info: [themes] Compiling templates error: path must be a string TypeError: path must be a string at Object.fs.readdir (fs.js:649:11) at Object.module.exports.utils.walk (/dev/nodebb/public/src/utils.js:37:7) at compileTemplates (/dev/nodebb/src/middleware/index.js:85:8) at /dev/nodebb/src/middleware/index.js:226:4 at /dev/nodebb/src/plugins.js:468:5 at /dev/nodebb/node_modules/async/lib/async.js:119:25 at /dev/nodebb/node_modules/async/lib/async.js:24:16 at /dev/nodebb/src/plugins.js:465:6 at /dev/nodebb/node_modules/async/lib/async.js:111:13 at Array.forEach (native)
I have no error when using redistogo, but I really don't want to use redis for a forum application.
EDIT: Hmm nevermind, I get the same error when using redis (minus the
error: Error creating index text search not enabledpart).
Doesn't seem like there's a problem with mongo or redis, but your themes. I haven't personally installed on Heroku before so I'm not sure if there's something special you have to do to those directories? The two relevant directories are
I guess double check and see if they exist?
@psychobunny Thanks for your reply!
Those directories do exist, I've simply cloned the git repository of ghost, then
node app --setupthen
I'm going to have to jump on to heroku and try and figure this out. Filed an issue, pls keep updated @ https://github.com/designcreateplay/NodeBB/issues/1490
I've simply cloned the git repository of ghost
I'm assuming this is a typo here if not, I could understand why it doesn't work rofl - kidding, obviously a NodeBB stack trace
Whoops, my tongue slipped.