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As it is now if you create a django application you will get a sample application created in ~/webapps/appname/myproject.

Every time I deploy I have to change the name of myproject folder to the name of the application. This means I will have to edit httpd.conf to change every occurence of myproject to my chosen folder name.

I think it would be better to have the dir structure like ~/webapps/appname/appname by default. Since it is more likeley that that's the name of the user created project.

asked 04 Aug '12, 23:18

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Thanks for the suggestion. We've created an internal ticket to have this considered for implementation.

(05 Aug '12, 00:55) ryans ♦♦ ryans's gravatar image
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