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Django, Eclipse and virtualenv setup

1. Create Virtual Environment

~ pip install virtualenv

~ virtualenv venv

2. Download & install Eclipse

3. Install PyDev

Go to Help -> Eclipse Marketplace -> Search PyDev and install it.




3. Each django virtual environment will be having new workspace and have to use virtual environment interpreter. 

Setup Python interpreter:

Eclipse -> Preferences -> PyDev -> Python Interpreter

Add new interpreter

New -> Set Interpreter Name -> Interpreter Executable(venv/bin/python)

Let's say new interpreter name is: customenv



Note: You can skip this step at this moment and add the interpreter at the time of creating a project.

4.  Create New Project -> PyDev -> PyDev Django Project

If Interpreter is not set till now, please set it now from step 3

Enter Project Name and Select Interpreter(customenv) -> Finish

5. Right Click on 

Project Name-> Properties -> PyDev - Django -> Django settings module (set project settings file e.g <project_name>.settings) -> apply -> Ok




That's it. Please let me know (comments), if you are facing any problem.

Thanks!!!!!!!! Enjoy Programming! :)


Reference Links:

http://linfiniti.com/2011/12/django-development-with-eclipse-and-pydev/

http://www.arruda.blog.br/programacao/review-eclipse-django-virtualenv/

http://lukeplant.me.uk/blog/posts/eclipse-pydev-and-virtualenv/


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