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Django Dynamic Settings

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Django Dynamic Settings


1. Add ``dynsettings`` to your ``INSTALLED_APPS``:

2. Run syncdb to create dynsettings table.


1. Import dynsettings object to manipulate your settings:
from dynsettings.models import dynsettings

2. Define your initial settings values in your (optional):
'my_initial_data': 12345

3. Use dynamic settings like a dictionary:
import datetime

dynsettings['my_data_name'] = u'Today is'
dynsettings['my_data_name2'] =

print dynsettings['my_data_name'], dynsettings['my_data_name2'].strftime("%d/%m/%Y")
print dynsettings['my_initial_data']

dynsettings['my_initial_data'] = "abcd"

print dynsettings['my_initial_data']

The code above will print the following output: <br />
\>\>\> Today is 18/01/2013 <br />
\>\>\> 12345<br />
\>\>\> abcd

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