Running python crons in a Django project
Django-cron lets you run Django/Python code on a recurring basis providing basic plumbing to track and execute tasks. The 2 most common ways in which most people go about this is either writing custom python scripts or a management command per cron (leads to too many management commands!). Along with that some mechanism to track success, failure etc. is also usually necesary.
This app solves both issues to a reasonable extent. This is by no means a replacement for queues like Celery ( http://celeryproject.org/ ) etc.
When upgrading from 0.3.6 to later versions you might need to remove existing South migrations, read more: https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/1.7/topics/migrations/#upgrading-from-south
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