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  3. +3 −3 MANIFEST.in
  4. +22 −22 README.md → README.rst
  5. +2 −2 setup.py
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@@ -101,3 +101,8 @@ Added active and hover modifiers for navbar links
Added draft version of rt_carousel
Renamed README.txt to README.md
+0.4.7
+-----
+Changed README.md to README.rst
+Removed suffixes from CHANGES.txt and LICENSE.txt
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-include LICENSE.txt
-include CHANGES.txt
-include README.md
+include LICENSE
+include CHANGES
+include README.rst
recursive-include docs *
recursive-include cmsplugin_rt/*/templates *
recursive-include cmsplugin_rt/*/static *
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@@ -3,35 +3,35 @@ cmsplugin-rt
=====
This package contains a number of basic plugins to kick start your Django-CMS project.
-Some default to the Twitter Bootstrap look, but can be adjusted using the setting RT_FRONT_END_FRAMEWORK
+Some default to the Twitter Bootstrap look, but can be adjusted using the setting `RT_FRONT_END_FRAMEWORK`.
Currently "BOOTSTRAP" and "JQUERY-MOBILE" are recognised.
I use this in conjunction with cmsapp-rt, which gives me a global placeholder for the navbar and
banner pictures, as well as some logic for body padding with a fixed-to-top navbar.
-button a Twitter Bootstrap or JQueryMobile button, with html special characters allowed
-text_minimal_markup plain text with an h2 heading, with links and email addresses activated and html special codes allowed, e.g. ©
-resizeable_picture a subclass of cms.plugin.picture which allows absolute or % width and height (sorry about the spelling mistake here!)
-navbar a Twitter Bootstrap navbar, with self-calculating links to the home page's children, and quick links for admins
-self_calc_pagination shows pagination links where pages after 1 are all the children of page 1 (tailored to Twitter Bootstrap)
-hbar a simple html <hr> element
-spacer adds a .spacer div, which I style as clear:both, to switch off float:left and float:right
-
-facebook_button lots of options allowed
-twitter_button lots of options allowed
-mailchimp_form an inline mailchimp form (tailored to Twitter Bootstrap)
-google_font link to Google fonts (use them via the style modifier plugin)
-google_analytics include tracking code for Google analytics
-button_appstore a simple Download on the Appstore button using code from http://linkmaker.itunes.apple.com/
-
-style_modifier a plugin that lets the admin change the css directly
+- button a Twitter Bootstrap or JQueryMobile button, with html special characters allowed
+- text_minimal_markup plain text with an h2 heading, with links and email addresses activated and html special codes allowed, e.g. &copy;
+- resizeable_picture a subclass of cms.plugin.picture which allows absolute or % width and height (sorry about the spelling mistake here!)
+- navbar a Twitter Bootstrap navbar, with self-calculating links to the home page's children, and quick links for admins
+- self_calc_pagination shows pagination links where pages after 1 are all the children of page 1 (tailored to Twitter Bootstrap)
+- hbar a simple html <hr> element
+- spacer adds a .spacer div, which I style as clear:both, to switch off float:left and float:right
+
+- facebook_button lots of options allowed
+- twitter_button lots of options allowed
+- mailchimp_form an inline mailchimp form (tailored to Twitter Bootstrap)
+- google_font link to Google fonts (use them via the style modifier plugin)
+- google_analytics include tracking code for Google analytics
+- button_appstore a simple Download on the Appstore button using code from http://linkmaker.itunes.apple.com/
+
+- style_modifier a plugin that lets the admin change the css directly
(a number of Twitter Bootstrap and JQueryMobile classes are pre-configured)
- add RT_MORE_STYLE_CLASSES to settings.py to add more options to the drop-down list
+ add `RT_MORE_STYLE_CLASSES` to settings.py to add more options to the drop-down list
-meta_icons include favicon and Apple touch icons in your header
-open_graph include open-graph tags in your header
-rt_carousel displays a configurable Bootstrap carousel of a selected group of objects
+- meta_icons include favicon and Apple touch icons in your header
+- open_graph include open-graph tags in your header
+- rt_carousel displays a configurable Bootstrap carousel of a selected group of objects
you will need to add a line like this to settings.py:
- ALLOWED_MODELS_IN_RT_CAROUSEL = [{'app_label':'myapp', 'model':'screenshotgroup'},]
+ `ALLOWED_MODELS_IN_RT_CAROUSEL = [{'app_label':'myapp', 'model':'screenshotgroup'},]`
additional explanation in the comments and at:
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/16999421/how-do-i-adapt-django-foreignkey-to-a-reusable-app
(rt_carousel is under development and still subject to significant change)
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import os
from setuptools import setup, find_packages
-README = open(os.path.join(os.path.dirname(__file__), 'README.md')).read()
+README = open(os.path.join(os.path.dirname(__file__), 'README.rst')).read()
# allow setup.py to be run from any path
os.chdir(os.path.normpath(os.path.join(os.path.abspath(__file__), os.pardir)))
setup(
name = 'cmsplugin-rt',
- version = '0.4.6',
+ version = '0.4.7',
packages = find_packages(), #'cmsplugin_rt', #find_packages(),
include_package_data = True,
license = 'BSD License', # example license

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