You can always try out webgme at our public deployment at webgme.org. After a certain point you probably want to host your own server with custom running code and visualization. At this point follow the instructions at 1.
npm install webgmeand won't cause any conflicts.
After the webgme server is up and there are no error messages in the console. Open a valid webgme address in the browser. The default is
http://127.0.0.1:8888/, you should see all valid addresses in the console where you started webgme.
To view the available documentation visit
src/bin directory, you should start them with node from the root directory of the repository, e.g.
node src/bin/start_server.js starts the web server.
Each script supports the
-h command line parameter, which will list all possible parameters.
start_server.js: it starts a web server, which opens a connection to the configured MongoDB.
run_plugin.js: executes a plugin via a direct MongoDB connection.
merge.js: merges two branches if there are no conflicts.
usermanager.js: manages users, organizations, and project authorization (read, write, delete).
clean_up.js: lists/removes projects based on supplied criteria (commits, branches, regex etc.).
export.js: exports a (snapshot of a) branch into a webgmex-file.
import.js: imports a (snapshot of a) branch (from webgmex-file) into a webgme project.
See gme-config for available configuration parameters.
See the LICENSE file.