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This might just be notes to myself, but would appreciate any additions, corrections, deletions or otherwise useful tips or hints.

  1. Create a new Django app using Python2.7. Question: this will need to be named something different from webapps/django, right? Will that cause any problems?

  2. Re-install my own Django project, including the .wsgi and httpd.conf.

  3. Re-install other dependencies (pip, south, etc.).

  4. Remove the old Django app from the website.

  5. Add the new Django app to the website.

  6. Check it out!

So what am I missing?

asked 15 May '12, 08:19

bhaugen
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The name of the app should not really matter, it makes some of the path definitions different, but that is about it.

The rest of the steps seem like the right process, I don't see you are missing anything.

If you are having any issues and would like us to take a look you may submit a support ticket and we would be happy to assist.

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answered 15 May '12, 17:00

johns
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