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Virtualenv enables to isolate the different projects you are working on which is interesting when the dependencies are different (versions especially).
However, I believe that a good practice for Odoo is to install the production instance on a dedicated server or a VM (like an Amazon EC2 instance) and develop on a virtual machine that will have been configured with the same provision script used to build the Odoo production instance.
Just curious about what others are doing...
What do you think? Are you for using a virtualenv or a dedicated server for your Odoo project (regarding both development environment and production)?
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|Asked: 4/29/15, 10:21 AM|
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|Last updated: 4/30/15, 4:02 AM|