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Django management command to create usable super users, programmatically

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django-createsuperuserwithpassword

… provides a Django management command to create ready-to-login super users during development.

How to Use

1. Install

Install the pip package locally or globally:

pip install [--user] django-createsuperuserwithpassword

2. Activate

Enable the Django management command by extending your Django project settings:

INSTALLED_APPS += ("django_createsuperuserwithpassword", )

3. Apply

Call the command — e.g. from within a container entrypoint script — like this:

python manage.py createsuperuserwithpassword \
        --username admin \
        --password admin \
        --email admin@example.org \
        --preserve

Development

If you want to help fix a bug, an easy way to spin up a development environment is:

git clone https://github.com/hartwork/django-createsuperuserwithpassword
cd django-createsuperuserwithpassword
docker-compose up --build

Authors

django-createsuperuserwithpassword is based on code by Adam Charnock licensed under the MIT license that started out at adamcharnock/swiftwind-heroku.

Sebastian Pipping added and fixed a few things, on top.

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