On Wednesday, October 12, 2016 at 3:08:42 PM UTC-7, Jim S wrote:
> 1. I use git to install web2py on both my dev, staging and production
> 2. Same as #1.
> 3. Take a look at the AppConfig module. You can store your database
> connect string info there. Your appconfig text file will be different on
> your two environments.
> 4. Not sure I'm understanding what you're getting at here.
> For me, I install web2py and pydal using git.
> I then create a mercurial repo (on bitbucket) of my application directory
> under web2py/applications. In my repo I have a default (development) and a
> stable (production) branch. On my dev machines I push to default and on my
> production machines I pull from stable. I use the bitbucket interface to
> merge my default branch into stable whenever I want to update my production
Based on discussions in other contexts, avoid checking in to your rep the
appconfig text file by that name. Instead, make a copy of it as
"appconfig-production" or "appconfig-dev_machine1" or some such, and check
that in. That way, you won't clobber the copy in use when you update, but
you will be able to track it.
> Not saying this is best practice (far from it), but it works fine in our
> 2-developer shop.
> Hope this helps.
> On Wednesday, October 12, 2016 at 3:23:35 AM UTC-5, Terrence Monroe wrote:
>> I asked basically the same question on StackOverflow
>> but have some more insight into my requirements.
>> I will be developing a website with a Postgres back-end. Locally, on
>> my laptop I will connect to Postgres with certain credentials and
>> remotely, only VPS I will connect to Postgres with different
>> Locally, I will run the rocket webserver for development then commit
>> my changes to git and push. Remotely, I will pull my changes via git
>> and run the Apache 2.2 webserver.
>> In both environments, I require the pyDAL.
>> My questions therefore are:
>> 1 - How should I obtain web2py, given the download options?
>> 2 - How should I obtain pyDAL once I have web2py
>> 3 - How do I configure things so that local and remote development
>> connect using the right Postgres credentials for the environment that
>> I am in, preferably automatically by detecting my environment.
>> 4 - How do I configure things so that locally I use the rocket
>> webserver and remotely I use Apache? I already know how to setup
>> Apache for web2py after reading the deployment chapter of the
>> book. And I have developed on the rocket webserver locally. It's just
>> a question of how do I switch between environments?
- http://web2py.com/book (Documentation)
- http://github.com/web2py/web2py (Source code)
- https://code.google.com/p/web2py/issues/list (Report Issues)
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