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Re: Develop under windowsby
Just a thought.
On 22/04/15 21:33, Mohammed Hagag wrote:
My 2 cents, I would recommend using koding platform they have free account with small VM.
Install git on the VM.
For the IDE you can use anything with got Support ;) .
Thanks for the recommendations!
I would like to add that you can still use a VM and also your favorite IDE (such as Eclipse) from your Windows workstation: the trick is to use Samba to share the VM files to be edited from Windows.The book provides a recipe for that.
I've also successfully used the clod development service nitrious.io. You should check it out.
No dia 22/04/2015, às 19:22, Nicholas Burdick <firstname.lastname@example.org> escreveu:
I'm going to second Eva's recommendation on Daniel's book, check it out!
I'd also add that I would always recommend to develop on a platform that closely matches what your final code is going to be running on. For that, I would highly recommend taking a look at using a virtual environment where your odoo install is running on an ubuntu machine. Vagrant is a great way to manage those environments and then hook into your code via your IDE. I've recently been using Cloud9 as a web based IDE and been quite pleased with the workflow.
I should point out that it's not for everyone if you're used to something like Eclipse/Pycharm, but personally I prefer a simpler text editor style development environment with console to manage the server running the code. It's something that stems from learning to code Ruby on Rails first.
Hope that helps,
On Wed, Apr 22, 2015 at 10:47 AM, Houssine BAKKALI <email@example.com> wrote:
You should use eclipse with pydev plugin... Google the three magic keywords(odoo, pydev, eclipse) and you'll get some tutorialsLe 22 avr. 2015 16:12, "Essam AbdulAziz Ali" <firstname.lastname@example.org> a écrit :
How to setup ODOO development environment on windows OS ?
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