Hey Josh, 

Thanks for the response. 


Hey Aymeric, 
Apologies. Won't happen again. Didn't realise what I was typing. Where I'm 
from "guys" just refers to everyone. 
Regardless. Apologies. 

Thanks

On Thursday, December 1, 2016 at 3:51:16 PM UTC+5:30, Aymeric Augustin 
wrote:
>
> Hey Vimarsh,
>
> Since Django contains no C code, a segmentation fault usually indicates a 
> bug in Python.
>
> Did you search https://code.djangoproject.com/ for similar issues? This 
> error happened on some versions of a popular OS distribution, although it 
> hasn’t been reported in the last few months.
>
> If you can’t find anything, please report your OS / Python / sqlite 
> versions.
>
> Thanks,
>
> -- 
> Aymeric.
>
> PS - I’d love it if you said hello to everyone on this mailing list, and 
> not just men. Try “hey folks” next time?
>
> On 1 Dec 2016, at 09:00, Vimarsh Chaturvedi <vima...@gmail.com 
> <javascript:>> wrote:
>
> Hey guys, 
>
> My first time posting here. 
> I downloaded the Django source code and I was going through the 
> instructions given in "Writing your first patch for Django" 
> <https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/1.10/intro/contributing/#writing-your-first-patch-for-django>
> .
> I am working with Python 2. So, I installed packages via the py2.txt in 
> the requirements directory. 
>
> So, first with the possible bug. 
> So, the documentation says, after your done with the installation run: 
>
> ./runtests.py 
>
> which gave me the following error:
> *ImportError: No module named django*
>
> The README inside the tests directory says to run: 
>
> PYTHONPATH=..:$PYTHONPATH ./runtests.py
>
> This command didn't give any error and the tests started running. 
> So, Is this a bug in the documentation, or is there something I'm missing? 
>
> Moving on to the segmentation. 
> I run the test suite thrice. The first time it gave a seg fault w/o 
> running any tests the other two times it gave the same error after running 
> about 3k - 4k tests. 
> The exact error is: 
>
> *16858 segmentation fault   PYTHONPATH=..:$PYTHONPATH ./runtests.py*
>
> Can any one help with this? 
> Is this because I'm running Python 2.x and not Python 3? 
>
>
> Thanks
>
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