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Setting up development environment

Gary Roach

I need assistance in setting up my development environment. I am running
Debian stretch OS (Ubuntu is Debian for all practical purposes) with an
Xwindows KDE desktop. I have a couple of projects that require both
Python 2.7 and others that requre 3.x, I will be using Django 1.7, 1.8
and 1.9 as needed. Each project must be completely separate from the
other pojects and must not use global libraries. In short each project
must be atomic. All projects use a common postgresql database or the
Django default and may have to share an Apache server. I should be able
to delete a project with out effecting the others. Updates to software
by the Debian apt-get method should not effect the projects. It would be
nice if I could port older projects over to the new setup.

I have been using another IDE but the IDE suffers from lack of
development. With  that one I used vertualenv or Python3-venv to set up
virtual environments for each. I have attempted to set up a similar
thing with Eclipse and have had all kinds of conflicts. The bottom line
is that I have no idea what I am doing. I need a road map, preferably
not requiring a lot of extra code,  to set things up.

All help will be sincerely appreciated.

Gary R.
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