This recipe allows you to setup a Django project through zc.buildout.
In order to use this recipe, create a buildout as follows:
[buildout] parts = myproject [myproject] recipe = djc.recipe2
And then create a python module in sites/<part_name>_site_config containing the settings.py file.
The buildout will take care of creating a manage script at bin/django and a WSGI app to serve the project in production at parts/myproject/myproject_part_site/wsgi.py.
In our example, this will result in the following file structure:
<buildout_root> | |- bin | | | |- ... | | | |- django # the manage.py script | |- ... | |- parts | | | |- myproject | | | |- myproject_part_site # put this on PYTHONPATH when serving via WSGI | | | |- __init__.py | | | |- ... | | | |- wsgi.py # WSGI app and paster app factory | |- ... | |- sites | | | |- myproject_site_config | | | |- __init__.py # void | | | |- settings.py # your settings here | |- ...
For all the options and detailed documentation, see below.
The recipe.rst file located within the package also acts as main doctest.
To run the tests, check out the source, and then bootstrap and run the buildout:
$ python bootstrap.py $ bin/buildout
If it's a fresh checkout you should also run:
This command should be run just once after checking out: it will download certain packages needed for the tests so that they can run offline.
It should also be re-run if makecache.sh has changed.
Then you can run the tests using:
- Code repository: http://github.com/abstract-open-solutions/djc.recipe2
- Discussions at https://groups.google.com/group/djcrecipe
- Comments and questions at firstname.lastname@example.org