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error: command ‘cc’ failed with exit status 1; Can’t install PIL, Pillow, MySql and other packages in Mavericks.

If you are getting the following error when installing python packages using PIP or easy_install, don’t worry. You have come to the right place for solution. First make sure you have developer tools installed. You can install them by executing the following command in terminal xcode-select –install The clang errors are due to changes introduced in

Django | Set the defulat ordering rule for queries in the models

Though we can specify order explicitly in queries like below Posts.objects.order_by(‘published’) it is repetitive and most of the times we will want to order by a particular field. We can specify the order in the models like this

What do Dollar and Caret ( $ and ^) sign in Django urls mean?

$ and ^ are regular expression characters that have a special meaning: the caret means “require that the pattern matches the start of the string,” and the dollar sign means “require that the pattern matches the end of the string.” For example consider the  following url pattern

Without the dollar sign at the end

Error whil creating super user in django1.4 on MAC

I got the following error while trying to create a super user from shell for django1.4.

This problem was rectified by running this command in terminal before adding the user export LANG=”en_US.UTF-8″ I’m guessing this character encoding problem while running syncdb is the reason for the following error while accessing admin section of django1.4