Posts Tagged ‘tools’
Having just been given an new MacBook Pro as an early birthday present, it didn’t take me long to try and install Django on it. Rather than use the MacPorts solution I decided to use the native python 2.6 and build the rest, apart from MySQL (use the Mac OS X 10.5 (x86_64) package from [...]
In a previous post I mentioned that you could mount your supervisor process on a sub domain so that you could view and manage your Django and Nginx processes from a web browser. In this post I’m going to show you how to do this.
Posted by Richard Cooper | Filed under Random
As a developer I must use one of the strangest tool chains around as I combine FOSS and Microsoft tools freely. For my Platform I use something I like to call VIMP.NET – running Vista, IIS7, MySQL, Python and .NET. I’m using Vista Ultimate with the additional “Subsystem for UNIX-based Applications (SUA)” installed to give [...]