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A minimal Django project to demonstrate EPIC functionality.

Project description

This package is a companion to the django-epic package. It’s purpose is to provide a minimal but completely functional environment that let’s a potential user of EPIC get a feel for how the application works.

Install this package with:

pip install --user django-epic-sample

If you do not have the “pip” command installed on your system, download and install the latest version of Python from:

https://www.python.org/downloads/

After installation, start the Django test server with:

cd INSTALL_TARGET
python manage.py runserver

where INSTALL_TARGET is the path to the directory the package was installed in. Assuming Python v3.4, you can find the package directory at:

On Linux and Mac OS X::
~/.local/lib/python3.4/site-packages/epic-sample/
On Windows::
AppData\Roaming\Python\Python34\site-packages\epic-sample\

Then point your web-browser at:

http://localhost:8000/epic/

This page should prompt you to log in. You can use:

- username = admin
- password = admin

for this sample site.

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