Project source code layout?
allen.fowler at yahoo.com
Thu Jun 4 17:12:44 CEST 2009
> > I was hoping to keep the dev layout as close to deployment possible.
> Completely different purposes. For example, the actual production database
> and config files form no part of your development project, do they? And
> conversely, utility scripts that might be used, for example, to set up a
> database, should not be part of the production installation.
The data will certainly be different. Good point. (Though for now even the production DB will be sqlite.)
> Here's one layout I used in a production system for an online shop:
> /home/shop/bin -- binaries (CGI and daemon)
> /home/shop/lib -- common libraries for binaries
> /home/shop/config -- configuration files, incl format templates
> /home/shop/state -- socket for interprocess communication, log files
Couple of questions:
1) Do you use virtualpython?
2) How do you load the modules in your lib directory?
3) How do you reference your configuration directives from within your modules and CGI/daemon scripts?
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