i found that the best way to confuse a newbie python/django programmer
is to invite him/her to use virtualenv.
Virtualenv is absolutely NOT required for properly running django in
development or production mode.
a most flexible approach is to install django in development mode:
$ cd /path/to/django
$ sudo python setup.py develop --prefix=/usr/local
Le 2018-02-09 à 13:12, James Farris a écrit :
I highly recommend installing virtualenv and virtualenvwrapper. This will
reduce the stress of creating a bunch of unnecessary modules on your computer
and contain each project you create in a separate environment. For example you
wouldn’t necessarily want to install Django globally but rather for a specific
project your working on. That’s where virtualenv comes in.
I also recommend going through the Django Book. It walks you through an app
that uses a lot of what Django has to offer: https://djangobook.com
Also go through the Writing your first Django app in the Django docs:
I use PyCharm, because it has great auto complete and debugging.
Other references mentioned above are below.
Django apps: https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/2.0/ref/applications/
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