your documentation is a poor introduction to a seemingly brilliant idea
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i'm working on windows vista.
i've installed activestate python 2.7, eclipse and pydev.
i installed django with AS python package manager PYPM.
your documentation is very easy to read - i really like the style of writing - but your 'hello world' project is awful!
you tell people to put a command in the python shell that has about a 50/50 chance of working - if the number of people inquiring on sites like stackoverflow about how to get django-admin.py working is anything to go by - and if it doesn't work, you suggest altering the os registry or 'symlinking'!?? It is the FIRST THING PEOPLE DO!!!
why not just give us a command that we can use? I've altered my registry with RegEdit, adding a key to the command or module in question and it still doesn't work. Why not just explain a temporary workround? I want to get a database/website cranked up and i'm wading through information about windows misinterpreting hashbang headers!