Downloading and deploying Django projects with Python¶ Django projects are designed to be easily deployable on a variety of servers and platforms.

To help you get started, we’ve created a Python download and installer to automate the process of downloading and installing Django projects.

The python downloader is written in Python and runs in the background.

It can download the latest version of Django (and any dependencies it requires) and install the necessary dependencies automatically.

For more details about the python download and installer, check out our blog post.

Once the downloader has downloaded the latest Django, it downloads the dependencies needed to install Django, and it also downloads and installs the appropriate Python bindings.

The following code shows how the python installer downloads Django and installs it. import requests import time import os import urllib import json import pytz import requests as pydoc from django.core.http import HttpResponse from djangoproject import settings import django_http_auth_token_request, Django_OAuth2_OAUTH2_token from djongoprojection import settings def get_project(request, project_id, os, auth_token, app_version): return requests.post( “https://example.com/project” , path = os.path.dirname( __file__ ), headers = { ‘Content-Type’ : ‘application/json’ }).json() .fetchone() return urllibr2.

Request(app_version, ‘application-json’ ) def get(request): url = requests.get( “http://example:8080/project/” , path_params = { “app_id” : request.app_name }) url = url.replace(url, ” ” ) if os.environ.get(‘HTTP_USER_AGENT’) != “cgi-bin” : return request.url_for( “cgi.bin” ) else : return “…”

+ url return os.rstrip( “?” ) def setup_requests(request_url): url_params_list = [] for i in range( len (url_params)): urlpatterns = urlpattern.match(request.url, ‘http:’) url_path = url_patterns[ 0 ] + urlpattern_nr return url_for_string(url_path, str (url) + “?$” ) def check_request_code(request); return True if os is not None and os.version.startswith( “python2” ): os.system( “sudo apt-get install python-apt-utils python-pip python-virtualenv” ) if not os.getenv( “HOME” ): print “No home directory or path to run python in.

You must run it as root” return False else : print “Home directory: ” + os.dir( os.listdir(os.getcwd())) + “/python2/” + os and os is os.stat(os) or os.lstat( os ) or os is None or os os.exec( “./setup.py install” ) If you have an installed version of Python and Python 2, you can use the following code to check if the python2 command is available.

python setup.py check_python2 If you are unsure if Python is installed, you should check the Python Package Index (it is the most up-to-date version of the package) to see if it has Python 2.5 or higher installed.

To check if Python 2 is installed correctly, run the following command to check that Python is up-tempo and available for your Python 2 installation: python setup .

py install If you’re unsure whether Python is available, you may also check the package index of your Python installation.

If Python 2 packages are not available, the command python setup_installer will show you whether you are running a version of python that is newer than Python 2 that is installed.

py install python2 –upgrade Note This Python download process can be automated in a variety forking methods.

If you’d like to try the download and downloader yourself, you will need to download and run the python-downloader from the source code.

For example, to use a build of the download-and-installer script to install Python 2 with Python 2 version 2.4.3, you would run the command below.

cd python-dist python-install-repository ./setup.sh This command will download the Python source code for the Python install-repo and install it in a directory named python-build-source-2.4-3.tar.gz (this directory is not installed on your system, so it will be deleted after you finish downloading the source).

python-makefile_repositories/python-install.py -Dpython2_2