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Python Tools for Visual Studio by Cathy Wang, Martino Sabia

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Summary

In this chapter, we took a more in-depth look into how to deal with third-party Python libraries in PTVS, the main differences between the pip and easy_install package indexes, and how they deal with precompiled libraries written with Python C extensions.

We also looked into two popular and powerful Django open source libraries, Fabric and South, which add remote task management and schema migrations to your Django projects.

In the next chapter, we will introduce IPython and its graphic power in Visual Studio in order to cover the topic of IronPython and its integration with the .NET framework.

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