Saturday, 31 March 2012

Installing Python nicely on Windows box

At the time of writing despite x64 Windows use Python 2.7 (not 3.0) and x86 (not x64).
The Windows virtualenv wrapper notes are here:

At this point ready to use VirtualEnv, along with requirements files etc. I suppose the process might look something like this:

  • make project folder new_proj
  • cd into new_proj
  • make requirements.txt
  • edit requirements.txt add say "flask"
  • mkvirtualenv new_proj_env
  • pip install -r requirements.txt
Additionally the postgres database driver might be required. This is in combination with a local installation of Postgres.

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