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Django skel 2

About

This is a collection of useful templates for django-powered projects. Inspired by django-project-skel by @amccloud.

How it works

We have several branches and each one of them can be used as a template. Here they are:

simple template

You'll get just a django project with some useful things such as:

  • nice settings.py (with PROJECT_DIR and some other stuff)
  • south
  • media, static, templates and fixtures directories (and settings.py knows them!)
  • default templates: base.html, 400.html, 500.html
  • readme template
  • /admin/ panel
  • pythonic .gitignore
  • uwsgi.ini

In order to use this template, you need to:

django-admin.py startproject --template https://github.com/nskeip/django-skel2/zipball/simple --extension py,md,ini YOUR_PROJECT_NAME
cd YOUR_PROJECT_NAME
python manage.py syncdb

favs (favorites) template

Favorite packages added to the simple template. You get (out of the box):

  • Admin tools
  • PIL
  • Sorl.thumbnails
  • simple captcha
  • pytils
  • pymorphy
  • Three types of requirements: requirements.txt (common case), requirements-dev.txt (requirements for development only), requirements-production.txt (requirements for production)

In order to use this template, you need to:

django-admin.py startproject --template https://github.com/nskeip/django-skel2/zipball/favs --extension py,md,ini YOUR_PROJECT_NAME
cd YOUR_PROJECT_NAME
pip install -r ./requirements.txt
pip install -r ./requirements-dev.txt
python manage.py syncdb
python manage.py migrate

Django CMS template

Django CMS added to Favorites template.

Usage:

django-admin.py startproject --template https://github.com/nskeip/django-skel2/zipball/django-cms --extension py,md,ini YOUR_PROJECT_NAME
cd YOUR_PROJECT_NAME
pip install -r ./requirements.txt
pip install -r ./requirements-dev.txt
python manage.py syncdb
python manage.py migrate
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