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pypm install django-djaboto

How to install django-djaboto

  1. Download and install ActivePython
  2. Open Command Prompt
  3. Type pypm install django-djaboto
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version 0.0.6a3 on Mar 14th, 2013

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A django application with assorted tools to help create and manage Django CMS projects and to then deploy them on AWS Ubuntu servers. Additional OS targets may be added later.

Django-djaboto heavily relies upon the AWS Python module Boto, and really only wraps it in a django command set for consistency.


  • boto>=2.4.1
  • Fabric>=1.4.2
  • Django>=1.4


0.0.6a2 - Sorted the output of the 'cmsplugins' command
Added 'cmsplugins' command to list all installed django-cms plugins

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0.0.5a1 - Added support for initial update to an existing instance with pre-existing sites.

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Last updated Mar 14th, 2013

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