Subversion has been my friend ever since I learned about it. However, it took me a while to figure out how to deal with configuration files. For Django, this specifically relates to the Django projects can end up on many different environments. Putting into source control directly will cause our settings to migrate across all working copies. This is not reasonable, as not every person will have the same environment (not all using mysql, not all using the same directory).

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Over the course of my programming life, I have written some form of blog in perl, then php, then in a framework of php, then ruby on rails, and now Django. The real purpose of this site is to get an understanding of every component that goes into a blog. This is without a doubt the best one I’ve ever written, but the same could be said about each of the ones I built before at that time.

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Phillip Campbell

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