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easy to create a django fixture

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django-easy-fixture
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python2.7, python3.5

1.8<= Django <= 1.10

**install: pip install django-easy-fixture**

That is a easy, simple tool to help you to fill your fixture dict with some spam datas

Make your fixture dict to be a completely available django fixture that **you do not have to worry about any unqiue, unqie_together, just pk**

**The pk must be defined by you!**

**Just support all the fields defined by Django, and do not support any customization field.**

**Maybe** support the customization field in the future.



1. get a fixture dict
---------------------

.. code-block:: python

# in template.py
fixtures_template={'auth.User': [{'pk': 1}]}

# in other.py
from easy_fixture.easy_fixture import EasyFixture
from template import fixtures_template

ef = EasyFixture(fixtures_template)
fixtures_dict = ef.output()

2. use as a django app command
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.. code-block:: python

# in template.py
fixtures_template = {'auth.User': [{'pk': 1}]}

# in your settings.py
INSTALLED_APPS = ('other apps',
'easy_fixture',
)
run make_fixture command

.. code-block:: python

python manage.py make_fixture template.fixtures_template > /path/to/fixture.json

Must pass the module path and fixture variable, like module.to.fixture.Variable_name

**do not support old style**

.. code-block:: python

python manage.py make_fixture template > /path/to/fixture.json

3. use in test
--------------

In your testCase, call EasyFixture.load_into_testcase in your setUpTestData, setUpClass, setUp or anywhere you want to load your fixture data.

.. code-block:: python

FIXTURE_DICT = {'auth.User': [{'pk': 1}]}

class MyTestCase(TestCase):

@classmethod
def setUpTestData(cls):
ef = EasyFixture(FIXTURE_DICT)
ef.load_into_testcase()
TestCase.setUpTestData()

def tes_what_you_want(self):
pass


**deprecate**

.. code-block:: python

from easy_fixture.easy_fixture import FixtureFileGen

class MyCase(TestCase):
fixtures = FixtureFileGen(['my.fixture.template.module'])
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