A fabfile to ease many tasks during development and deployment of Django projects.
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Django Development Fabfile

A fabfile to ease many tasks during development and deployment of Django projects.

Installation

Just add django-development-fabfile to your requirements.txt and install it via pip install -r requirements.txt.

Then create the following files in your project root (usually the folder where your manage.py file resides):

fabfile/
-- __init__.py
-- your_own_fab_tasks.py

If you are on Django < 1.6, put the following code in your fabfile/__init__.py:

# flake8: noqa
from myproject import settings
from django.core.management import setup_environ
setup_environ(settings)

from development_fabfile.fabfile import *
from .your_own_fab_tasks import *

If you are on Django >=1.6, put the following code in your fabfile/__init__.py:

import os

os.environ.setdefault(
    "DJANGO_SETTINGS_MODULE", "myproject.settings")

from development_fabfile.fabfile import *
from .your_own_fab_tasks import *

In your settings.py at the very bottom add the following:

from fabfile_settings import *  # NOQA

Then create a fabfile_settings.py next to your settings.py and add all necessary settings. As a starting point you can copy the fabfile_settings.py.sample of this project and change all values to your project.

Python 3

Please note, that fabric isn't working with Python 3. Please use fabric3 instead.