- Alisue <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Supported python versions
- 2.6, 2.7, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4, 3.5
- Supported django versions
- 1.5 - 1.10
django-inspectional-registration is a enhanced application of django-registration. The following features are available
- Inspection steps for registration. You can accept or reject the account registration before sending activation key to the user.
- Password will be filled in after the activation step to prevent that the user forget them previously filled password in registration step (No password filling in registration step)
- Password can be generated programatically and force to activate the user. The generated password will be sent to the user by e-mail.
- Any Django models are available to use as supplemental information of
registration if the models are subclasses of
registration.supplements.RegistrationSupplementBase. It is commonly used for inspection.
- You can send any additional messages to the user in each steps (acceptance, rejection and activation)
- The behaviors of the application are customizable with Backend feature.
- The E-mails or HTMLs are customizable with Django template system.
- Can be migrated from django-registration simply by south
- django-mailer compatible.
Emails sent from the application will use django-mailer if 'mailer' is
The difference with django-registration
While django-registration requires 3 steps for registration, django-inspectional-registration requires 5 steps and inspector for registration.
See django-inspectional-registration official documents for more detail
To create a message file, execute the following command (with your language)
$ python manage.py makemessages -l ja
You can compile the latest message files with the following command
$ python setup.py compile_messages
The command above is automatically called before
sdist command if you call
python manage.py sdist.
REGISTRATION_FROM_EMAIL is used as the FROM email address emails send by django-inspectional-registration. If REGISTRATION_FROM_EMAIL is not set the Django setting _DEFAULT_FROM_EMAIL: <https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/dev/ref/settings/#default-from-email/> will be used instead.
To set REGISTRATION_FROM_EMAIL add REGISTRATION_FROM_EMAIL to your settings file.
REGISTRATION_FROM_EMAIL = 'email@example.com'
Because of an issue#24, django-inspectional-registration add the following three new options.
REGISTRATION_DJANGO_AUTH_URLS_ENABLEIf it is
False, django-inspectional-registration do not define the views of django.contrib.auth. It is required to define these view manually. (Default:
REGISTRATION_DJANGO_AUTH_URL_NAMES_PREFIXIt is used as a prefix string of view names of django.contrib.auth. For backward compatibility, set this value to
REGISTRATION_DJANGO_AUTH_URL_NAMES_SUFFIXIt is used as a suffix string of view names of django.contrib.auth. For backward compatibility, set this value to
This changes were introduced from version 0.4.0, to keep the backward compatibility, write the following in your settings module.
REGISTRATION_DJANGO_AUTH_URLS_ENABLE = True REGISTRATION_DJANGO_AUTH_URL_NAMES_PREFIX = 'auth_' REGISTRATION_DJANGO_AUTH_URL_NAMES_SUFFIX = ''
Because of an issue#36, django-inspectional-registration add the following new option.
REGISTRATION_USE_OBJECT_PERMISSIONIf it is
True, django-inspectional-registration pass
RegistrationAdmin.has_*_permission()methods. A default permission backend of Django does not support object permission thus it should be
Falseif you don't use extra permission backends such as django-permission.
This change was introduced from version 0.4.7. To keep backward compatibility, write the following in your settings module.
REGISTRATION_USE_OBJECT_PERMISSION = True