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Image Management Application for django. For the most current version please check out django-filer.
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PRE-ALPHA Requirements: - PIL - mptt - sorl.thumbnail - django 1.1 - (south) not a requirement, but handy for cms integration: - django-cms-2.0 Setup - add 'image_filer' to INSTALLED_APPS - make the directory 'image_filer' (found in image_filer/media/') available in MEDIA_ROOT optional: configure IMAGE_FILER_MEDIA_URL in your project's settings.py to the URL where image_filer-media can be found (usually MEDIA_URL+'image_filer/' which is the default) - for image upload to work, create the folder "catalogue" in your MEDIA_ROOT and make it writable to the web server (www-data on linux/unix). Image filer will try to do this for you, but if the MEDIA_ROOT folder is not writable (recomended), it will fail and you will see "IO ERROR" in the clipboard. optional: configure IMAGE_FILER_UPLOAD_ROOT to define an alternative upload directory. Custom plugins using image folders ================================== To customize a slideshow as shown in cms_plugins.FolderSlideshowPlugin, just do the following in your own project: - create a file 'cms_plugins.py' in your application root (where models.py resides): from cms.plugin_pool import plugin_pool from django.utils.translation import ugettext_lazy as _ from image_filer.cms_plugins import FolderSlideshowPlugin class CustomSlideshowPlugin(FolderSlideshowPlugin): name = _("Custom slideshow") class Meta: proxy = True render_template = "slideshow.html" plugin_pool.register_plugin(CustomSlideshowPlugin) - create an appropriate 'templates/slideshow.html' relative to your application's root (look at 'image_filer/slideshow2.html' for guidance)