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I come here from a linux vps with an interest in django and having python versioning problems. I do not really know anything, but after playing for a few days with virtualenvwrapper I can at least get a django welcome screen (although it should be a cms welcome screen:-) ) So maybe I have some clues, but now it is time to start over. Here is my question:

I have been putting my environments under Envs. I have the thought that it would be reasonable to put my environments under websites. Looking at it cross-eyed, lots of stuff defaults to websites and the only directories that I need environments on are python based applications, and these should co-exist fine with other kinds of websites. Is my thought credible?

asked 08 Feb '11, 17:11

astar
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Yes, that's credible. Your Python libraries and environments can be pretty much anywhere you need them to be, as long as your set your Python path so your WSGI script can find them. It shouldn't interfere with other apps at all.

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answered 08 Feb '11, 17:22

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