django CMS Installer
Command to easily bootstrap django CMS projects
- Free software: BSD license
djangocms-installer is a console wizard to help bootstrapping a django CMS
Refer to django CMS Tutorial on how to properly setup your first django CMS project.
Version 1.0 dropped support for Python 3.3 and django CMS < 3.4. More 0.9.x versions may be released after 1.0 is out in case important bugfixes will be needed.
To create your first django CMS project run:
This command will:
- Create a Django project
- Install django CMS and its core plugins
- Create and populate the database
- Install default templates
manage.py runserver, go to http://localhost:8000 , login with user admin (same password)
and enjoy your first django CMS project.
For detailed information see https://djangocms-installer.readthedocs.io
Preliminary checks and system libraries
While this wizard try to handle most of the things for you, it doesn't check for all the proper native (non python) libraries to be installed. Before running this, please check you have the proper header and libraries installed and available for packages to be installed.
Libraries you would want to check:
- libjpeg (for JPEG support in
- zlib (for PNG support in
- postgresql (for
- libmysqlclient (for
- python-dev (for compilation and linking)
For additional information, check https://djangocms-installer.readthedocs.io/en/latest/libraries.html
The current supported version matrix is the following:
|Django 1.8||Django 1.9||Django 1.10||Django 1.11||Django 2.0|
|django CMS 3.4||Supported||Supported||Supported||Supported||Unsupported|
|django CMS 3.5||Supported||Supported||Supported||Supported||Unsupported|
See version 0.9 for older Django / django CMS versions support
Any beta and develop version of Django and django CMS, by its very nature, it's not supported, while it still may work.
djangocms-installer tries to support beta versions of django CMS when they
are be considered sufficiently stable by the upstream project.
djangocms-installer assumes that
django-admin.py is installed in the same directory
as python executable, which is the standard virtualenv layout. Other installation layouts
might work, but are not officially supported.
The installer is tested on Windows 7 with Python versions 3.4.2 and 2.7.8 installed using official MSI packages available at http://python.org.
Please check that the
.py extension is associated correctly with Python interpreter:
c:\> assoc .py .py=Python.File c:\>ftype Python.File Python.File="C:\Windows\py.exe" "%1" %*