• codecowboy

    @JonB its the Python3 interpreter

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  • codecowboy

    @cvp thank you 😊

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  • codecowboy

    @mikael thanks. There are at least two posts online claiming that it is possible (one linked above) so I’d still like to get it working.

    I also found this

    It looks like the SITE_PACKAGES path is incorrect as they aren’t in my Documents folder. Does “python modules” have its own folder?

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  • codecowboy

    I am getting the following error after installing django with Stash and pip:

    [~/Documents]$ django-admin.py startproject mysite
    stash: <class 'AttributeError'>: module 'django' has no attribute 'get_version'
    

    The guide here assumes a pre-existing project imported from github. https://www.wideswathresearch.com/django-development-on-an-ipad-pro/

    Anyone know if I should be able to create a fresh django project on Pythonista?

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  • codecowboy

    @cvp thanks! Only just seen this. Will give it a try and report back. Out of interest, is there also a swift_util library or Objective-C bindings only?

    Also, how would I set this ‘as a pythonista tool’? I’m still new to Pythonista

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  • codecowboy

    Is there a way to change the console width on Pythonista? I’d like to make it slightly wider if possible. I can switch the console to full screen using the ‘side panel’ icon(?) but would prefer to have the ability to drag the border between the console and the editor to enlarge it slightly.

    Pythonista 3 on iPad Pro 12.9 iOS 13.4.1

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