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README.md

Tom's Django Template

This is a template for my own use for quick apps to stick on Heroku.

It almost certainly isn't the best for whatever you want, and I don't use it myself for larger projects.

Read these commands before you run them, don't be an idiot :)

Requires gsed (brew install gsed), git, pip,virtualenv,virtualenvwrapper,heroku etc

export APPNAME=realappname
git clone git@github.com:thomasparslowltd/toms-django-template.git $APPNAME
cd $APPNAME
git checkout -b master
gsed -i s/TODO_SECRET_KEY/`head -c1000 /dev/random  | md5`-`head -c1000 /dev/random  | md5`/ sites/MYAPPNAMEsite/settings.py
gsed -i s/TODO_DB_PASSWORD/`head -c1000 /dev/random  | md5`-`head -c1000 /dev/random  | md5`/ sites/MYAPPNAMEsite/settings.py
gsed -i s/TODO_SUPERVISOR_PASSWORD/`head -c1000 /dev/random  | md5`-`head -c1000 /dev/random  | md5`/ fabfile.py
find . -iname '*.py' | xargs gsed -i "s/MYAPPNAME/$APPNAME/"
gsed -i "s/MYAPPNAME/$APPNAME/" package.json .env
git mv apps/MYAPPNAME apps/$APPNAME
git mv apps/$APPNAME/templates/MYAPPNAME apps/$APPNAME/templates/$APPNAME
#cp sites/${APPNAME}site/local_settings.py.example sites/${APPNAME}site/local_settings.py
git mv sites/MYAPPNAMEsite sites/${APPNAME}site
git commit -am "Replace placeholder name with actual project name"
mkvirtualenv ~/envs/$APPNAME
workon $APPNAME
echo "workon $APPNAME" > .env
git add .env
git commit -am "Added a .env file for autoenv"
pip install -r requirements.txt
heroku apps:create $APPNAME
heroku config:add BUILDPACK_URL=https://github.com/heroku/heroku-buildpack-python
git push heroku master
heroku run 'python manage.py syncdb --migrate'
git remote rename origin template

If you add AWS credentials to the settings.py and set up the correct bucket names etc you can run python manage collectstatic to upload your static files to S3.

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