Get a django command
Django only includes the django-admin. They prefer to not include multiple ways to do the same thing, but I really want to spell it django. I also wanted to be able to configure a default settings file in a setup.cfg configuration file.
pip install django-cmd django startproject
Once installed, you can use the django command the same as you would normally use the django-admin command. Additionally, you can add a section like this to a setup.cfg file to configure the DJANGO_SETTINGS_MODULE that you would like to use when no other is specified.
[django] settings_module = myproject.settings
That’s it! Have fun!
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