CodeSee is offered as a hosted service, but you can also run it locally on your machine as a Docker container (please [get in touch with us]([email protected]?subject=CodeSee Local Access) for access).
- Get access to docker codeseeio/app_node, make sure to have Docker installed, and that you are logged in.
- Get access to github.com/codesee-io/codesee-alpha, and git clone it locally. We recommend putting this repo outside of your app directory. For example:
git clone [email protected]:Codesee-io/codesee-alpha.git --depth=1
- From the local, cloned codesee-alpha directory, run docker compose:
- Wait for postgres to report it's ready to receive requests, then hit Control C to stop the server
- When you're ready, run
docker-compose upand your CodeSee server should be good to go. You'll know everything is working when you see the message:
server started at http://localhost:5198
From now on, you can run
docker-compose up in the codesee-alpha directory anytime to start up the CodeSee server, and <ctrl>+c to bring the server back down.
Please follow our instructions on installing CodeSee, with the added
instruction of setting
false, or removing the option entirely.
Updated 29 days ago