yann.malet at gmail.com
Thu Jan 21 23:38:46 CET 2010
Oups forget to put the link to the *temporary* branch I have done on
My hope is that this end up in the master branch when ready .
On Thu, Jan 21, 2010 at 6:35 PM, Yann Malet <yann.malet at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have started a branch to repackage the uwsgi admin in a way that it is
> easy to integrate into existing project. PIP and requirements file are
> becoming the defacto standard in python realm. So the idea would be to just
> be able to add uwsgi to a requirements and to get it downloaded and
> installed into the python path.
> Here it is where I stand :
> mkdir uwsgi-admin
> cd uwsgi-admin
> virtualenv ve
> pip install -E ve -e hg+ssh://
> hg at bitbucket.org/yml/uwsgi_admin at packaging#egg=uwsgi-admin
> pip install -E ve -r ve/src/uwsgi-admin/requirements.pip
> This should get you almost setup, there is two remaining issue that I am
> aware of :
> * what is the clean and easy way to install uwsgi into the virtualenv
> * hack a bit the PYTHONPATH in example_project/uwsgi_settings.py to make
> sure that everything is in place.
> The second point is because I would prefer not to install this django
> project "example_project" into the PYTHONPATH by default because I think
> that the main use case will be to add uwsgi_admin to an existing project.
> PS: the metadata in the setup will also need to be updated with the
> appropriate information.
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