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Django settings sans boilerplate

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Django settings sans boilerplate

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pip install -U django django-defaults


**Updating an existing Django project**

1️⃣ Create a new file named `defaults.toml` (next to ``) with the following contents:

settings-module = 'PROJECT_NAME.settings'
routes-module = 'PROJECT_NAME.urls'

This is the compulsory configuration file.

* `settings-module` is similar to `DJANGO_SETTINGS_MODULE`
* `routes-module` is similar to `ROOT_URLCONF`

2️⃣ Inject configuration variables into the current module (typically in ``)

from defaults import emplace


This replaces the entirety of the stock `` file, as generated by the `django-admin startproject` command.

3️⃣ Optional: ensure that the `DJANGO_SETTINGS_MODULE` environment variable is set (in scripts such as ``)

from defaults import setenv


This replaces the `os.environ.setdefault(DJANGO_SETTINGS_MODULE)` line.

**Creating a new Django project**

django-admin startproject --template $URL --extension py,toml PROJECT_NAME

See the [project template][1]


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