Installs Python Django package and sets up Apache2 to serve a django application.
Opscode cookbooks, github.com/opscode/cookbooks/tree/master:
node[:web_server] - set whether to use mod_python or mod_wsgi. Defaults to mod_wsgi because that is the recommended web server strategy to use by the Django creator.
Create the django application using the Apache2 cookbook's web_app define. Normally this would be done in a site-cookbook.
web_app "mysite" do docroot "/srv/mysite" template "mysite.conf.erb" end
Create the template, 'mysite.conf.erb' within the site-cookbook. Make sure the django settings are correct. The web_app define copies the template over and enables it as an apache2 site.
The Opscode “application” cookbook is going to grow the ability to deploy a Django application from a source repository. This cookbook will be used to get the Django and Apache software installed and ready.
LICENSE & AUTHOR:
Joshua Timberman (<email@example.com>)
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