Fixing A Wrong Old Version Of django-admin
I ran into a problem where `django-admin` wasn't working properly. It kept making projects based on an old version of django.
For example, I setup a project on my mac with:
mkdir django_project cd django_project python3 -m venv venv source venv/bin/activate pip install django
The results were:
Installing collected packages: sqlparse, pytz, asgiref, django Successfully installed asgiref-3.2.10 django-3.1.2 pytz-2020.1 sqlparse-0.4.1
So, the expected 3.1.2 version is there. But, when I run:
It took a while to figure out, but I finally ran `which` and got this:
$ which django-admin /usr/local/bin/django-admin
For some reason, the system version of `django-admin` was being picked up picking up even though I was inside the venv virtual environment. I have no idea what's going on there, but I deleted that old version and things worked as expected.
$ which django-admin /Users/alans/Desktop/django_project/venv/bin/django-admin $ django-admin --version 3.1.2
Look for those old versions if you're running into a similar problem.