Yes, google, this is for you. Or more precisely, for me – when I forget what I did later… * create a new user on the local machine named “postgres” (Marc Liyanage’s Postgres package site has a nice little postgres tiff icon for the user too) * pick and make a directory where the dataContinue reading “Setting up Postgres from DarwinPorts on MacOS X 10.4 (intel)”
Well, I’ve got to say it’s been interesting getting things sync’d with doing Django development on the new MacBookPro. I’d really hoped to take advantage of the great work that PythonMac has done with their packages, but in the end it was darwinports that got me down the road. I suppose I just should haveContinue reading “Postgres, Django, and MacOS X 10.4/intel”
!#%@#^@#$%@#% Decimal. So the other evening was spent tracking down a damnable thing. in Python 2.4, the win32 implementation of Decimal (new in Python 2.4) doesn’t support multiplying a Decimal value by an integer. And that really bit hard. Turns out, the whole reason I was dealing with Decimal was because of a terrible assumptionContinue reading “pdb.set_trace(), decimal, django, FloatField”
Hey Cool! There’s an article that was just posted to IBM DeveloperWorks about using the Django web framework. It’s written with developing/deploying on a unix based environment, but has a great general walkthrough of the pieces and parts of using Django. Nice work Ian!