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django-notes

A simple application to allow you to attach notes to models.

Installation

Notes uses generic relations to handle attaching themselves to models. So installation is basically just like adding a generic relation item to your model.

  1. Add 'notes' to your INSTALLED_APPS variable
  2. Import the Note model:

    from notes.models import Note
    
  3. Add the note inline to your model's admin def in your admin.py file:

    from notes.admin import NoteInline
    
    class YourModelAdmin(admin.ModelAdmin):
        inlines = [ NoteInline, ]
    
  4. To enable easy management you can add a hook to your model:

    notes=generic.GenericRelation(Note)
    

Usage

Follow the steps above (including 4) and you should have access to all the notes at instance_of_yourmodel.notes_set.all():

>>> object = YourModel.objects.get(pk=1)
>>> notes_for_object = object.notes_set.all()

Simple.