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Does anybody had experience in managing deployment of two or
moredifferent projects on one system? I have such task and main issue
that Im experiencing is configuration an dependencies clashes.

Best solution which I have is to make common deployment config for all
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  • Andrew Pashkin at Jul 2, 2014 at 8:24 am
    Sorry, I wrote to wrong mailing list (facepalm.jpg). But actually the
    topic is relevant to django-users too =)
    On 02.07.2014 12:11, Andrew Pashkin wrote:
    Hi all!

    Does anybody had experience in managing deployment of two or
    moredifferent projects on one system? I have such task and main issue
    that Im experiencing is configuration an dependencies clashes.

    Best solution which I have is to make common deployment config for all
    projects, but this is looks ugly.
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  • Ilya Kazakevich at Jul 2, 2014 at 1:46 pm
    Hello,


    Do you have different versions of python or libs? Use virtual env.



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    On Behalf Of Andrew Pashkin
    Sent: Wednesday, July 02, 2014 12:24 PM
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    Subject: Re: Multiple projects on one server

    Sorry, I wrote to wrong mailing list (facepalm.jpg). But actually the topic is
    relevant to django-users too =) On 02.07.2014 12:11, Andrew Pashkin wrote:
    Hi all!

    Does anybody had experience in managing deployment of two or
    moredifferent projects on one system? I have such task and main issue
    that Im experiencing is configuration an dependencies clashes.

    Best solution which I have is to make common deployment config for all
    projects, but this is looks ugly.
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  • Lachlan Musicman at Jul 2, 2014 at 10:05 pm
    Absolutely. Can't speak to different versions of python, although you
    could always hard code that in the virtenv itself, but as for libs -
    absolutely. In reality most distros (well, deb based) come with python
    2 and python 3 and there are packages available if you need an older
    version than 2.7.

    http://virtualenv.readthedocs.org/en/latest/virtualenv.html
    On 2 July 2014 23:46, Ilya Kazakevich wrote:
    Hello,


    Do you have different versions of python or libs? Use virtual env.



    Ilya Kazakevich,
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    http://www.jetbrains.com/pycharm/
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    -----Original Message-----
    From: django-users@googlegroups.com
    On Behalf Of Andrew Pashkin
    Sent: Wednesday, July 02, 2014 12:24 PM
    To: Django Users
    Subject: Re: Multiple projects on one server

    Sorry, I wrote to wrong mailing list (facepalm.jpg). But actually the topic is
    relevant to django-users too =) On 02.07.2014 12:11, Andrew Pashkin wrote:
    Hi all!

    Does anybody had experience in managing deployment of two or
    moredifferent projects on one system? I have such task and main issue
    that Im experiencing is configuration an dependencies clashes.

    Best solution which I have is to make common deployment config for all
    projects, but this is looks ugly.
    --
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    Skype - waves_in_fluids
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  • Jorge Andrés Vergara Ebratt at Jul 2, 2014 at 10:12 pm
    The different versions of python do work, I have 2 current projects right
    now running on the same machine and one uses Python 2.7.x and the otherone
    uses Python 3.2

    You just have to use the -p flag when creating the virtualenv:

    virtualenv -p /usr/bin/pythonVersion venv


    I use a venv folder to collect all the files so that they don't mix with my
    projects code, but that's really a personal preference


    2014-07-02 17:04 GMT-05:00 Lachlan Musicman <datakid@gmail.com>:
    Absolutely. Can't speak to different versions of python, although you
    could always hard code that in the virtenv itself, but as for libs -
    absolutely. In reality most distros (well, deb based) come with python
    2 and python 3 and there are packages available if you need an older
    version than 2.7.

    http://virtualenv.readthedocs.org/en/latest/virtualenv.html
    On 2 July 2014 23:46, Ilya Kazakevich wrote:
    Hello,


    Do you have different versions of python or libs? Use virtual env.



    Ilya Kazakevich,
    JetBrains PyCharm (Best Python/Django IDE)
    http://www.jetbrains.com/pycharm/
    "Develop with pleasure!"

    -----Original Message-----
    From: django-users@googlegroups.com
    On Behalf Of Andrew Pashkin
    Sent: Wednesday, July 02, 2014 12:24 PM
    To: Django Users
    Subject: Re: Multiple projects on one server

    Sorry, I wrote to wrong mailing list (facepalm.jpg). But actually the
    topic
    is
    relevant to django-users too =) On 02.07.2014 12:11, Andrew Pashkin
    wrote:
    Hi all!

    Does anybody had experience in managing deployment of two or
    moredifferent projects on one system? I have such task and main issue
    that Im experiencing is configuration an dependencies clashes.

    Best solution which I have is to make common deployment config for all
    projects, but this is looks ugly.
    --
    With kind regards, Andrew Pashkin.
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    Everything’s in a nice package for you. But sublime art is
    unframeable: It’s an image or idea that implies that there’s a bigger
    image or idea that you can’t see: You’re only getting to look at a
    fraction of it, and in that way it’s both beautiful and scary, because
    it’s reminding you that there’s more that you don’t have access to.
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  • Lachlan Musicman at Jul 2, 2014 at 11:08 am
    I do it using 3 different virtualenvs, each w their own Django install
    (prod, stage, dev).

    To facilitate the settings I use the Two Scoops of Django by @pydanny (and
    his partner whose name escapes me just now) method which I highly recommend
    as a post-tutorial text in general.

    But if they are different projects, virtualenv is your friend.

    L.
    On 02/07/2014 6:12 pm, "Andrew Pashkin" wrote:

    Hi all!

    Does anybody had experience in managing deployment of two or
    moredifferent projects on one system? I have such task and main issue that
    Im experiencing is configuration an dependencies clashes.

    Best solution which I have is to make common deployment config for all
    projects, but this is looks ugly.

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