Note: this will require further deviation from the tutorial as you continue. I've edited with the fix, or alternatively you can try the old code and install an older version of Django instead. I'm building an executable using PyInstaller 3. I would suggest that if your application is already written against 1. Rerunning this command in Pythonanywhere's bash worked for me after that! Provide details and share your research! GoodCodes Looks like another issue related to using a relatively new version of Django. Unhandled exception in thread started by.
I suspect you might bump into more issues with using a 'too new' version of Django, so it might be worth just using the old version of Django if this fix doesn't work. Any suggestions are more than welcome! It looks like it's trying to do a standard Python import to find your code - perhaps you need to add the directory containing your code to sys. While doing the and couple of weeks ago, I learned about PythonAnywhere and had the Djangogirls working on PythonAnywhere. To learn more, see our. That is, in both cases above, a Python upgrade will automatically cause both the embedded app and the virtualenv to run with the newer interpreter. The problem is that I'm using the option of the pyinstaller command --onedir --debug right now, but I'd like to create only one file at the end i. Nosying the release managers for their input.
This issue is now closed. If the binaries produced by both the python and C files changes end up in sys. Also, the use of patterns is deprecated since Django 1. Y that happens to not import re. I think it is a bad idea to mix a different versions of Python stdlib code and corresponded binary extensions.
I don't think it's worth trying to fix that one at this point as there probably aren't that many instances of system executables that still have embedded static 2. Otherwise Django will be unable to load templates. Aurora0001 — Jan 17 '18 at 18:12 Thanks for contributing an answer to Raspberry Pi Stack Exchange! January 17, 2018 - 10:51:12 Django version 1. I have listed out some of the codes I've tried below. This is a good workaround if you started the tutorial using django 2 and are trying to avoid restarting with an earlier version. If you want to, you can start with a git repo that is a minimal Django 1 app, use the autoconfigure script, upgrade your Django in the virtualenv and then continue with development using Django 2, but that will not necessarily follow the Django Girls tutorial. You must do so before upgrading to Django 1.
As long as the versions of the Python interpreter and the standard library Python files sys. And, when vim crashes due to the import error, it leaves the terminal settings in an unusable state. See for some more detail. I'm new to Django and have been going through the using PyCharm on a Windows machine. Any input on what I could do to actually learn more about this issue, alongside resolve it, is appreciated. What you need in the virtualenv should only be the libraries you depend on and any dependencies that they themselves have, but pip should take care of that for you. For me, I tried to use the newest version of Django 2.
Thank you Ned for additional investigating. Can anyone please provide a link? Other online checks shows that patterns have been deprecated after Django version 1. . The results are as shown below. Is it possible you are on a newer version of Django? I'm able to get the executable, but I have the following error messages depending if I import them as import pattern or from pattern import singularize, lemma, etc. In this case, the interpreter makes it past initialization because virtualenv at least, the current version creates a modified site. Because nothing happen after I typed that, it just goes to a blank next line.
So that I go through all necessary steps without using the automated script? History Date User Action Args 2013-09-20 18:42:48 serhiy. However, applying the patch at least allows the embedded interpreter to not crash during initialization, a big improvement over the current situation. That's normally the case and I believe that is the case with both of the other examples you cited. But at least we have a reference or perhaps you guys have a better idea how to work-around. The interpreter then crashes during initialization in which imports re in both Python 2 and 3 for different purposes. It's not a problem with the script.
I had not put in the sys. Y and the standard library remain consistent. I believe the upgrades affected by this problem are: 2. I still don't know why this is happening on my current version of django at all and any possible explanation on what could be causing it would be appreciated. Would these matter later as I am looking to modify this application? Y, there is not a problem. So they are not going to exhibit this problem. I had to basically through through the entire tutorial again with a new folder and install the old Django they specify 1.
Regardless of whether this is a compatibility break or not, I think we should fix the problem because people are already running into it. By the way, from the website given on the first sentence of this post, at about 4:27, the author opens the activate. The problem is when a change introduces a dependency between static and shared modules, like this one does. I have found at least two situations where this can happen: 1. There are other examples when Python and C code changed synchronously and Python code depends on new names exposed by C module i. Unfortunately, that's not the case for embedded static 2. For homebrew, I propose a monkey-patch in re.