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Django app introducing a Context Processor that adds users location information to the context.

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django-country-blocker

Django app introducing a Context Processor that adds users location information to the context.

To activate, add country_block.context_processors.addgeoip to your CONTEXT_MODIFIERS. This will give you a user_country variable in your context with the users country code, and a in_country boolean set to True is the country matches one of the allowed countries.

Settings options

COUNTRY_BLOCK_ALLOWED_COUNTRIES : list of country codes that will trigger in_country == True if it contains the user’s country code COUNTRY_BLOCK_DEBUG : sets the user_country equal to an allowed country, letting you test as if you are in the allowed country. False by default

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