A set of high-level abstractions for Django forms
Django’s “formtools” is a set of high-level abstractions for Django forms. Currently for form previews and multi-step forms.
This code used to live in Django proper – in django.contrib.formtools – but was separated into a standalone package in Django 1.8 to keep the framework’s core clean.
For a full list of available formtools, see https://django-formtools.readthedocs.io/
django-formtools can also be found on and installed from the Python Package Index: https://pypi.python.org/pypi/django-formtools
To get more help:
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Contributing to django-formtools
See CONTRIBUTING.rst for information about contributing patches to django-formtools.
Running tests is as simple as installing Tox and running it in the root Git clone directory:
$ git clone https://github.com/jazzband/django-formtools [..] $ cd django-formtools $ tox [..] congratulations :)
The previous command will run the tests in different combinations of Python (if available) and Django versions. To see the full list of combinations use the -l option:
$ tox -l ... py310-djangoAB py310-djangomain
You can run each environment with the -e option:
$ tox -e py310-djangoAB # runs the tests only on Python 3.10 and Django A.B.x
Optionally you can also specify a country whose tests you want to run:
$ COUNTRY=us tox
And combine both options:
$ COUNTRY=us tox -e py310-djangoAB
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