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A lot of Python projects use a ``requirements.txt`` file to list their dependencies. DotCloud detects this file, and if it exists, ``pip`` will be used to install the dependencies. In our case, we just need to add ``Django`` to this file. .. ``pip`` is able to install code from PyPI (just like ``easy_install``); but it can also install code from repositories like Git or Mercurial, as long as they contain a ``setup.py`` file. This is very convenient to install new versions of packages automatically without having to publish them on PyPI at each release. See http://www.pip-installer.org/en/latest/requirement-format.html for details about ``pip`` and the format of ``requirements.txt``.
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