I am deploying a Django application inside a DigitalOcean App, everything is working fine except Django translations.
I check my
~/locale/en/LC_MESSAGES$ and see only my
django.po file. I need to generate the
.mo file. But how can I run the command
django-admin compilemessages from the console? I need the virtual environment, right?
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App Platform checks your code to determine what language or framework it uses. If it supports the language or framework, it chooses an appropriate resource type and uses the proper buildpack to build the app and deploy a container.
heroku-buildpack-python is utilized as the buildpack for detecting and building your Python applications.
What you can do is, open your requirements.txt file. If you don’t have one, create it. Add the following line:
This will add the
gettextpackage to the list of requirements that DigitalOcean App will install when deploying your application.
During the deployment process, DigitalOcean App will automatically download and install the
gettextpackage, which includes the
msgfmtcommand required to compile the translation files.