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- Python, >=v2.6 ... not v3.x
- Under Linux: run "apt-get install libpq-dev python-dev" beforehand to install the requirements
- pip ... easiest to install via get-pip.py
- virtualenv ... easiest to install globally via pip
- Optional: Consider using virtualenvwrapper to make handling virtualenvs easier.
NOTE: Due to unfortunate naming of this repo and the way Django/Python works you should rename the directory your clone resides in to something without dots.
TL;DR rename the directory of your local clone to socrates-conference
# create a virtualenv & activate it ... sth like `virtualenv socratesconf && . socratesconf/bin/activate` $> pip install -r requirements.txt $> ./manage.py syncdb --migrate $> ./manage.py runserver
Now the development server is running and reachable at localhost:8000
- Make sure the correct SITE_ID is set in settings.prod
- create a
settings/keys.pyfile that contains values for the secret settings listed in
- set the environment variable "ENV_PROD" to some true value, e.g. 1
$> heroku config:add ENV_PROD=1 $> heroku config:add SECRET_KEY=xxxx $> heroku run python manage.py syncdb --migrate $> heroku ps:scale web=1