Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #16342, comment 5


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06/25/11 14:56:12 (4 years ago)
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  • Ticket #16342, comment 5

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    1 I agree that this turns off new developers, but it's an absolute non-issue for the more experienced devs. To the best of my knowledge, everyone who does much work on the codebase uses virtualenv to isolate their environment. This means that there isn't a system install of Django at all, and there's absolutely no chance that there is more than one valid "django" to import.
     1I agree that this turns off new developers, but it's an absolute non-issue for the more experienced devs. To the best of my knowledge, everyone who does much work on the codebase uses virtualenv or directly modifies their path variable to isolate their environment. This means that there isn't a system install of Django at all, and there's absolutely no chance that there is more than one valid "django" to import.
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    33We should really be teaching new users to use virtualenv at the end of the tutorial. If we can't get it there, we should at least include it in the documentation on writing tests or working on Django.
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