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1 point by sharpertool 2 months ago | discuss | on: Python in 2021: The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly
I‚Äôm not here to argue, but, there are some approaches that make the process pretty painless, in my opinion. I wish they were somehow documented as the ‚Äústandard practice‚ÄĚ, but, of course, some would prefer other approaches. 1. Install Python from python.org. Do not use conda or brew. (I‚Äôm sure this will be controversial..) Insure this version of python is ‚Äėin your path‚Äô, or use the full path to the python you just installed. 2. Always. Use. a. Vritualenv cd to your project, `python -m venv .venv`, then activate it with ‚Äúsource .venv/bin/activate‚ÄĚ (slightly different on windows) 3. Immediately ‚Äúpip install wheel‚ÄĚ Once you have install ‚Äúwheel‚ÄĚ, you mostly don‚Äôt need to fuss with any of the compiler issues.. this solves a large majority of your issues. 4. Make sure your projects included a requirements.txt file, or equivalent. I know there are other ways to do this now, but I‚Äôm kind of old school there. I‚Äôve tried the new fangled dependency approaches, didn‚Äôt like ‚Äėem. YMMV
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2 points by maesh 4 months, 3 weeks ago | discuss | parent | on: Django for Startup Founders: A better software architecture for SaaS startups and consumer apps
I had this problem too, and found a workaround. For others who encounter this problem, you can use Firefox's "Reader View" and then change to dark mode from the Type Controls on the upper left part of the rendered page
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