Why the presence of the file from django-registration in the project causes Visual Studio 2013 to fall?

Hi
Please help experts in Visual Studio. He is familiar with this recently (already starting to hate slowly).
All the following repeated many times with identical result.
Create django project in Visual Studio using PTVS (as described here: https://pytools.codeplex.com/wikipage?title=PollsD... ). ; put in a virtual environment Django 1.6.10 ; perform a SyncDB, install everything you need for your project, Python-library; create a django application. Everything works.
And then VS starts to take off with an unknown error after about 15 seconds after opening of the project.
There should be a long story, as I was looking for where the error is, it does not matter. The main thing I in the project using django-registration. So. Some inexplicable, mystical shit happens. The presence of a file models.py (https://github.com/macropin/django-registration/bl...) in the project causes VS to fall.
That is, if you just create a folder anywhere in the project, no matter under what name, no matter where, no matter what's in settingns, put this file and include it in the draft, after about 15 seconds Visual Studio will crash.
What it could be?

Visual Studio 2013
Pyrhon 2.7
Django 1.6.10
django-registration-redux 1.1
September 18th 19 at 23:48
2 answers
September 18th 19 at 23:50
Solution
His long Association with tech support Microsfot did not answer. It seems this is a bug. And Yes, VS is not yet for Django. Your rake is the most persuasive.
September 18th 19 at 23:52
Shy, but still ask, and what dictated the choice of Visual Studio for so unusual for her task?
I'm trying to host a website on Azure. To do this through VS, if everything goes normally, this is the fastest and easiest way. Azure is the recommended method. In the future I expect to communicate with the server only through ftp. I have realized that the VS is the interface of hell. - keyshawn.Price commented on September 18th 19 at 23:55

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