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A simple asynchronous execution Django application with proper database transaction management
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README.markdown

Django Async is an asynchronous execution queue for Django with proper database transaction management.

Building a database backed task queue is a fairly trivial thing, but getting the database transactions exactly right is no simple matter.

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Usage and documentation

All documentation can be found at http://www.kirit.com/Django%20Async

Doing development

This project uses git flow. Don't forget to do git flow init -d

To test just run tox. But if you want to go the old way then to create virtual environments for running the tests you can execute test-projects/make-virtual-environments. To run the tests execute runtests.

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