I’ve just updated our Django instructions to address some things that have changed in the most recent versions of Django, and also to recommend that customers make use of virtualenvwrapper when deploying Django projects. Using virtualenvwrapper means that you can easily install new packages in your home directory, and you get to choose which versions to install and when they get updated (since you can just do this yourself using pip). This makes things more flexible and hopefully much more convenient for our customers.
I recommend that existing Django projects be updated to use virtualenvwrapper — this should just be a case of creating a new virtualenv, installing all of the packages you need, and updating your django.fcgi file accordingly.
As always, we welcome feedback and suggestions if you have any!
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