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[Not really maintained anymore] BFM is an Apache Licenced server file manager for Django made with ease of use and new web technologies in mind.
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README.md

Django Basic File Manager

Features

  • Multifile Uploads (Screenshot)
  • Live Upload Status report (Screenshot, Screenshot)
  • File listing and deleting (Screenshot)
  • No external dependencies, lightweight
  • Looks like django admin (extends admin template)

Requirements

django_bfm extensively uses HTML5 techniques, so modern browser is required, see Tested Browsers section.

Tested only with Django 1.3, may work with Django 1.2 or even 1.1.

Usage/Install

  • easy_install django_bfm or pip install django_bfm or download package, extract it, and copy django_bfm into your project directory
  • Add 'django_bfm', to INSTALLED_APPS in settings.py.
  • Add url(r'^files/', include('django_bfm.urls')), to urlpatterns in urls.py
  • Access file manager at /files/browse/

Settings

Variables in settings.py, that influence way, how BFM works.

  • BFM_MEDIA_DIRECTORY(if not set MEDIA_ROOT is used) - absolute path to place, where uploaded files are.
  • BFM_FILES_IN_PAGE(default - 20) - integer. Tells BFM, how much files to show in one page.

Things to note

  • You must be logged as staff user to use file manager
  • If you're not logged in, then you will be redirected to login page at settings.LOGIN_URL
  • It's young project

Tested Browsers

  • Chromium 15
  • Midori 0.4.0
  • Chrome 13
  • Firefox 6
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