wiki:InstallationGuidelines/VirtualEnv

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Using the Python virtualenv

Install Python virtualenv

On linux install the virtualenv package using your package manager.

Ubuntu/debian:

aptitude install python-virtualenv

Windows:

  1. Install setup tools from http://pypi.python.org/pypi/setuptools
  2. Use easy_install to install virtualenv
    easy_install virtualenv
    

Using virtualenv

  1. Create a new virtualenv for your application
virtualenv dependencydirectory

The above creates a directory called dependencydirectory and initializes a new virtualenv inside it.

  1. Activate the virtualenv

On Linux/MacOSX/*ix:

source dependecydirectory/bin/activate

On Windows:

TODO

Note: Steps 4 works only after step 2 has been executed in the current terminal.

  1. Download the required web2py version and place eden in the applications directory.
  1. Use the requirements.txt in the eden directory to install the dependencies
pip install -U -r requirements.txt
  1. Run web2py for development within this environment.
python web2py.py 

Using a virtualenv with apache/mod_wsgi

Append the following to WSGIDaemonProcess in the config:

 python-path=/home/web2py/dependencydirectory/lib/python2.6/site-packages

Note: In the line above change python2.6 to your python version and the directory to match your directory

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