manage.py isn't being installed anymore #568

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zstyblik opened this Issue Jan 9, 2014 · 2 comments

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@zstyblik
zstyblik commented Jan 9, 2014

Hello,

commit b1adaf7 has introduced new bug and that's manage.py is no longer being installed. I believe this has been caused by the fact that manage.py has moved.

Of course you can copy manage.py manually and it will work, although you must copy it into a new location in order to do so, but I don't believe this is wanted, is it?

Thanks.

@brutasse
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brutasse commented Jan 9, 2014

python manage.py is equivalent to django-admin.py --settings=graphite.settings.

I guess there are a couple of options:

  • Document django-admin.py --settings instead of manage.py
  • Add a proper console entry point to bin/ that acts as a wrapper similar to manage.py.
@zstyblik

With my current knowledge, either one works for me. Should having manage.py or any equivalent mean code duplication, I vote for the former - document django-admin.py.

@SEJeff SEJeff closed this in e94d561 Jan 15, 2014
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