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No cms/media/cms/ folder #281

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arthurk opened this Issue December 06, 2009 · 6 comments

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Arthur Koziel Patrick Lauber Claude Paroz
Arthur Koziel

The following is written in the installation instructions: "Be sure to copy the cms/media/cms/ folder into your media directory or make a symbolic link as appropriate."

However, there is no cms/media/cms/ folder if django-cms was installed with easy_install/pip.

Patrick Lauber
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what version did you install? we had some troubles there with the RC

Arthur Koziel

2.0.0.final — with "easy_install django-cms" in a clean virtualenv

Claude Paroz

FYI, when I installed django-cms 2.0 in my virtualenv through pip, the cms/media/cms folder was at the root of the virtualenv (and not in lib/python2.6/site-packages/cms like the rest of the package)

Patrick Lauber
Owner

is this bad or good?

Claude Paroz

A bit surprising at least. Not necessarily bad IMHO if it's explained in the docs. Don't know what happen for a standard system install, though...

Patrick Lauber
Owner

docs updated. closed by 2ce9214

Alex Marandon amarandon referenced this issue from a commit November 15, 2011
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Christian Bertschy christianbertschy referenced this issue from a commit in christianbertschy/django-cms-2.0 December 13, 2009
Patrick Lauber docs updated. fixes #281 2ce9214
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