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Project Description
# django-cuelogic-comments

django-cuelogic-comments is a simple Django app to conduct Web-based Comments.

Quick start

1. Add "comments" to your INSTALLED_APPS setting like this::


2. Include the comments URLconf in your project like this::

url(r'^comments/', include('django_cuelogic_comments.urls')),

3. Run `python migrate` to create the comments models.

4. In your view file import the module

from django_cuelogic_comments import Comments

5. Create a instance in your view file/where you want to include comments

comments = Comments.get(request,blog_id,edit=True,delete=True,reply=True,user=data["login"]["name"])

5. Pass this comments data to your template

render_to_response('your template file', RequestContext(request, {"comments":comments}))

6. Print in Template

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