If you wish to install odoo separataly from a docker image you can do so following the following instructions:
To simply try out Shopinvader in a new Odoo 12 install, here are the lines to copy in a requirement.txt file:
``` –find-links https://wheelhouse.acsone.eu/manylinux1 –extra-index https://wheelhouse.shopinvader.com/simple/ –extra-index https://wheelhouse.odoo-community.org/oca-simple/
-r https://raw.githubusercontent.com/odoo/odoo/12.0/requirements.txt https://nightly.odoo.com/12.0/nightly/src/odoo_12.0.latest.zip
Other available payment methods can be added from shopinvader-payment such as:
Using python3 install Shopinvader using the requirement.txt file with:
python -m pip install -r ./requirements.txt
Once Odoo is installed, install the module named ‘shopinvader_demo_app’ which will install Shopinvader with some demo data.
You can do both with:
odoo -d odoo-shopinvader-easy -i shopinvader_demo_app -c ./odoo.cfg
With the content of odoo.cfg:
``` [options] running_env=dev workers = 3 server_wide_modules = web,queue_job
[queue_job] channels = root:2 ```
If you wish to install Shopinvader in your own Odoo installation, here is a list of the repos and modules you should install:
Other repos can be necessary, they are located in oca_dependencies.txt file
Alternatively, if you don’t want to manage your code using git, download the code from https://github.com/shopinvader/shopinvader-template/releases.
Go on http://localhost:3000 to render the template.