Saturday, December 31, 2011

Re: startproject will NOT work.

On Dec 31, 12:38 pm, Ramiro Morales <> wrote:
> On Fri, Dec 30, 2011 at 4:04 PM, Chris Kavanagh <> wrote:
> >>   C:\python27\python C:\path\to\django-admin startproject foo
> >> or, if you have C:\python27 in the PATH, simply:
> >>   python C:\path\to\django-admin startproject foo
> > Thanks for the reply, however it didn't work. I get the exact same
> > thing: "Usage: subcommand [options] [args]" with
> > options below for help.
> Try both, I think both of them should work.
> BUT, that isn't the important part. The important part is abut you should
> make sure you execute it with the Python interpreter.
> Forget about trying to simple invoke django-admin (or
> as a standalone program.
> Good luck.
> --
> Ramiro Morales

Thanks Ramiro. . .I don't think you saw my other reply to your
original post about trying this. . .

I'll ask again. I'm not sure exactly what path to use, when you say
\path\to. The directory I created is called "mysite" & it's path is C:
\mysite\.I started a command prompt from "mysite" then typed "python startproject mysite" in the command prompt (didn't

Forgive my ignorance, is this what you wanted me to try??

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