Ticket #10936: 10936.diff

File 10936.diff, 1.2 KB (added by Tim Graham, 6 years ago)

updated per Karen's feedback

  • docs/topics/install.txt

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    a b sure a database server is running. Django supports many different database 
    8282servers and is officially supported with PostgreSQL_, MySQL_, Oracle_ and
    85 It is common practice to use SQLite in a desktop development environment.
    86 Unless you need database feature parity between your desktop development
    87 environment and your deployment environment, using SQLite for development is
    88 generally the simplest option as it doesn't require running a separate server.
     85If you are developing a simple project or something you don't plan to deploy
     86in a production environment, SQLite is generally the simplest option as it
     87doesn't require running a separate server. However, SQLite has many differences
     88from other databases, so if you are working on something substantial, it's
     89recommended to develop with the same database as you plan on using in
    9092In addition to the officially supported databases, there are backends provided
    9193by 3rd parties that allow you to use other databases with Django:
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