First of all I apologize if this is the wrong StackExchange website. This is a question about installation problems more than programming itself.
I have a Django package that I created. This package has urls and views. Now my problem is, I install the package on a machine, but an old version keeps getting installed.
I added one more url and view since my last installation, but when I install again, the package that is installed is lacking that last url and view.
Now, I use python setup.py install to install and pip uninstall to uninstall. I make sure all files are removed from the /lib/python-2.7/ folder before installing again. I changed the version in the package just to make sure updated files are being installed. What happens is the package shows up with the new version, but the urls.py and views.py files are old versions.
This is strange since I don't even have the old versions of the urls.py and views.py - the ones that are lacking the last view and url. They don't physically exist anymore. But when I install with pip, the package shows upa as having the latest version but has those non-updated urls and views files.
This is a web hosting environment where multiple packages of Python are installed. Never used virtualenv. Installed and uninstall everything for Python 2.7 using the commands
Can anybody help? Any experience with this scenario?