This tutorial presumes you have Python 2.6 or higher, a network connection, and the editor of your choice. The following is enough to get you started on the first step. Other steps might ask to install extra packages.
Windows users will need to adapt the Unix-isms below to match their environment.
Our directory layout will look as follows:
someworkingdirectory/ tutorial_workspace/ venv ### Target for our virtualenv creatingux/ step01 step02 etc. resources step01 step02 etc. etc.
Open a shell window and cd to a working directory.
$ mkdir tutorial_workspace; cd tutorial_workspace
$ virtualenv --no-site-packages venv
$ export PATH=/path/to/tutorial_workspace/venv/bin:$PATH
$ which easy_install
This should report the easy_install from venv/bin.
$ easy_install pyramid WebTest nose
$ export PYRAMID_RELOAD_TEMPLATES=1 lets you edit templates and not have to restart your Pyramid application.
Each step in the tutorial asks the reader to enter code examples and produce a working application. The directories for these steps are not Python packages, but rather, a simple directory full of Python modules. They are, however, fully-working, standalone examples that gradually increase into a full application.
The example files are available for those that don’t want to enter the code as part of the tutorial process.