Installing Several Apps Together
Let’s say you want to run CZWIGOUT and CZSYSEXY at the same time. These are developed in common, and they can be stored neatly in a common folder as follows.
CZWIGOUT and CZSYSEXY both use a module of Python code called “czcommon”. The two apps can share a copy of czcommon.
The sharing will work best if all three of CZWIGOUT, CZSYSEXY, and czcommon have the same version number. Versions of these three things tend to be released together, because they share a common backend.
If you are using a graphic file manager your folders may look like one of these:
CZWIGOUT and CZSYSEXY
at the same time
If you are using a command line interface, your directory listings may look like one of these:
czcommon/ czwigout/ czwigout.pyw
czcommon/ czsysexy/ czsysexy.pyw
CZWIGOUT and CZSYSEXY at the same time (sharing a copy of czcommon):
czcommon/ czsysexy/ czwigout/ czsysexy.pyw czwigout.pyw
I omitted the support_files folder from the above listings because it was confusing the issue.