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How to install django-privatesite

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  3. Type pypm install django-privatesite
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0.0.2 Available View build log
 
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version 0.0.2 on Jan 9th, 2014

Django custom admins. Don`t reinvent the bicycle and use django.contrib.admin everywhere.

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BENEFITS of django.contrib.admin

  • Used access control from django.contrib.admin
  • Used inlines (generic inlines)
  • Used fieldsets
  • Used filters
  • Used Actions
  • Delete Confirmation
  • Object history
  • Pagination
  • Widgets for dates, raw id field

INSTALLATION

Install from pypi, with pip:

pip install django-privatesite

Add privatesite to INSTALLED_APPS:

INSTALLED_APPS = ("privatesite", ) + ('django.contrib.admin', ...)

Please note, that privatesite app must be upper then django.contrib.admin app in INSTALLED_APPS list to overload admin/base_site.html template

USAGE

from privatesite.admin import CustomAdminSite

site1 = CustomAdminSite(name="site1", app_name="admin")

class MyPrivateZone(CustomAdminSite):
admin_base_template = 'my_zone/base.html'

site2 = MyPrivateZone(name="zone", app_name="admin")

personal = CustomAdminSite(name="personal", app_name="admin")

register models now

from myapp.models import Car, Animal, Human

site1.register(Car) site2.register(Car) site2.register(Animal) site2.register(Human) personal.register(Human)

in urls.py

urlpatterns += patterns("",
(r'^manage/admin/', include(site1.urls)), (r'^private/admin/', include(site2.urls)), (r'^personal/', include(personal.urls)),

System Message: WARNING/2 (<string>, line 68)

Definition list ends without a blank line; unexpected unindent.

)

And go to see, whats happen.

In template you may use

{% url 'site1:myapp_car_changeview' %} {% url 'site2:myapp_car_change' car_id %}

{% url 'personal:myapp_human_history' human_id %}

If you want to add custom views, use this helper https://github.com/ionelmc/django-admin-utils

TODO

  • don`t work with django-admin-tools now (fix in near future)
  • write tests

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Last updated Jan 9th, 2014

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