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@@ -8,42 +8,39 @@ Gondor. You can use this to start your project that will be hosted on Gondor.
-Use the files here to start your own project. To make this project runnable
-you will need to install its dependencies in your environment (ideally you
-create a virtual environment with `virtualenv`_.)
+Create a virtual environment (see `virtualenv`_) and install Django::
+ pip install Django==1.4.1
- pip install -r requirements.txt
+Now you are ready to start your Django project. Use ``startproject`` to get
+this template.
-Now, you will likely want to customize the naming to better match your
-actual project.
+ startproject --template= --extension=py,yml <project_name>
+ cd <project_name>
-``project_name`` is the Python package. You will want to rename this and
-every where ``project_name`` appears in the code base. This includes:
+To make this project runnable you will need to install its dependencies in
+your virtual environment.
- * ```` and ```` when setting ``DJANGO_SETTINGS_MODULE``
- in ``setdefault``
- * ```` when setting ``ROOT_URLCONF`` and ``WSGI_APPLICATION``
- * ``gondor.yml`` for ``wsgi.entry_point`` and ``env.DJANGO_SETTINGS_MODULE``
-When you initialize your version control system be sure to do this in the
-directory containing ``project_name`` (the Python package.)
+ pip install -r requirements.txt
You are now ready to deploy this project to Gondor!
If you use git::
git init
git add .
- git commit -m "initial project layout"
+ git commit -m "Initial project layout"
gondor deploy primary master
If you use mercurial::
hg init
hg add .
- hg commit -m "initial project layout"
+ hg commit -m "Initial project layout"
gondor deploy primary default
.. _virtualenv:

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