# django-brancher This is a Django app to help manage branches that contain database migrations. It basically creates a new database from a template of the existing default database and then uses that new branch-specific database for ./manage.py migrate and ./manage.py runserver commands.
This is not intended for production use.
- ### Requirements
- your postgres user has createdb permission (alter role <user> createdb;)
- django-brancher installed via pip
- brancher added to your Django installed apps
### Sample workflow This is an example work flow to create a new branch, run migrations on it, start runserver, and finally delete it. ` git checkout -b funtime <code up some migrations and run makemigrations> python manage.py branch_mk python manage.py branch_it migrate python manage.py branch_it runserver python manage.py branch_rm `
### Run command Run a command with DATABASES[‘default’][‘NAME’] set to DATABASES[‘default’][‘NAME’]_`$ git rev-prse –abbrev-ref HEAD`
` python manage.py branch_it diffsettings `
### List List all branched databases available ` python manage.py branch_ls `
### Create Makes a database based off the current default database given a unique name based on the default database name plus the branch name (e.g. $ git rev-prse –abbrev-ref HEAD) ` $ python manage.py branch_mk `
### Delete Deletes the branched database based off the result of $ git rev-prse –abbrev-ref HEAD ` $ python manage.py branch_rm `
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