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How to install django-codemirror2

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  2. Open Command Prompt
  3. Type pypm install django-codemirror2
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version 0.0.4 on Jul 9th, 2011

Django widgets for replacing textareas with CodeMirror2, an in-browser code editor.

Installing

  1. pip install django-codemirror2
  2. Add codemirror2 to INSTALLED_APPS
  3. Collect static files: python manage.py collectstatic

If you just want to see it in action, see the almost-ready-to-run project in examples.

Usage

from django import forms
from codemirror2.widgets import CodeMirrorEditor

class TestForm(forms.Form):
    css = forms.Charfield(widget=CodeMirrorEditor(options={'mode': 'css'}))

The options argument will be passed as JSON to CodeMirror.fromTextArea, see http://codemirror.net/manual.html#config for possible values. If you want to use a mode that depends on other modes, for example htmlmixed, you need to load the dependencies, too, by passing the modes parameter:

html = forms.Charfield(widget=CodeMirrorEditor(modes=['css', 'xml', 'javascript', 'htmlmixed'],
            options={'mode': 'htmlmixed'}))

If you want to customize the Javascript used to initialize the CodeMirror editor, use script_template:

foo = forms.Charfield(widget=CodeMirrorEditor(options={'mode': 'xml'},
            script_template='some/template.html'))

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