Hi all, I'm trying to follow the Django Girls tutorial to learn Django and set up a blog but I think I messed up my pythonanywhere account. I'm getting a whole lot of error messages, I think the most important one is when I go to my "Web app setup" page. In Code: What Your Site is Running, it says Source Code: /home/joannaraygoza/joannaraygoza.pythonanywhere.com This directory does not exist. Sure enough, when I go to home/joannaraygoza, there is no file or folder called "joannaraygoza.pythonanywhere.com". Maybe I deleted it somehow? Do I need to start all over with a whole new account, or is there a way to fix this?
I tried redoing the setup steps from the Django Girls tutorial as shown below, to reset my PythonAnywhere setup. But I got an error that I already have a web app:
(joannaraygoza.pythonanywhere.com) 21:29 ~ $ pa_autoconfigure_django.py --python=3.6 https://github.com/Joannaraygoza/quarantine-blog.git < Running API sanity checks > \ ~<:>>>>>>>>> Traceback (most recent call last): File "/home/joannaraygoza/.local/bin/pa_autoconfigure_django.py", line 47, in <module> main(arguments['<git-repo-url>'], arguments['--domain'], arguments['--python'], nuke=arguments.get('--nuke')) File "/home/joannaraygoza/.local/bin/pa_autoconfigure_django.py", line 29, in main project.sanity_checks(nuke=nuke) File "/home/joannaraygoza/.local/lib/python3.6/site-packages/pythonanywhere/project.py", line 24, in sanity_checks self.webapp.sanity_checks(nuke=nuke) File "/home/joannaraygoza/.local/lib/python3.6/site-packages/pythonanywhere/api/webapp.py", line 42, in sanity_checks domain=self.domain pythonanywhere.exceptions.SanityException: You already have a webapp for joannaraygoza.pythonanywhere.com. Use the --nuke option if you want to replace it.
So I tried it with the --nuke option, and got another error. The most important part of that error seems to be: "Removing joannaraygoza.pythonanywhere.com... ERROR: You cannot remove the active environment ('joannaraygoza.pythonanywhere.com'). Either switch to another environment, or run 'deactivate'."
Should I run 'deactivate'? Or am I totally on the wrong path?