The whole point of gig is to simplify the bootstrapping process for a Django project. No thinking about where your settings will go, where your templates should live, your project structure or any other "paperwork", just a simple way to get straight to editing your models.py.
To get started just download the code and install it in the usual manner:
$ sudo python setup.py install
Usage is as simple as:
$ gig init myproject
That will create a 'myproject' based on gig/templates/django/. Follow the instructions printed to the screen and you'll have a working Django site up and ready for development.
Ideally the template would be easily cusotmized, but at the moment it is an empty, admin-enabled Django site with some basic linuxy configs and HTML5 Boilerplate added.
- Need to replace project root through some configs (apache and logrotate.conf).
- User templates
- Some kind of sensible way for variations on a project buildout