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Project Description

Quickstart

Simplify Django configuration in two easy steps:

Include django-herokuify and pylibmc packages in your requirements.txt file.

In the Django settings.py of your Heroku project add:

import herokuify

from herokuify.common import *              # Common settings, SSL proxy header
from herokuify.aws import *                 # AWS access keys as configured in env
from herokuify.mail.mailgun import *        # Email settings for Mailgun add-on
from herokuify.mail.sendgrid import *       # ... or Sendgrid

DATABASES = herokuify.get_db_config()       # Database config
CACHES = herokuify.get_cache_config()       # Cache config for Memcache/MemCachier

Additionally, you can use storage backends that works well with Amazon S3 and Django Compressor:

DEFAULT_FILE_STORAGE = "herokuify.storage.S3MediaStorage"
MEDIA_URL = "https://{0}.s3.amazonaws.com/media/".format(AWS_STORAGE_BUCKET_NAME)

STATICFILES_STORAGE = "herokuify.storage.CachedS3StaticStorage"
STATIC_URL = "https://{0}.s3.amazonaws.com/static/".format(AWS_STORAGE_BUCKET_NAME)

COMPRESS_STORAGE = "herokuify.storage.CachedS3StaticStorage"
COMPRESS_OFFLINE = True

Note: The pylibmc package entry in your project’s root requirements.txt file is necessary for Heroku Django buildpack to properly configure the libmemcached C dependency.

Documentation

See docs for more information: django-herokuify.readthedocs.org

Dependencies

django-herokuify installs the following dependencies by default:

  • Caching and cache configuration:

    pylibmc>=1.2.3
    django-pylibmc-sasl>=0.2.4
    django-heroku-memcacheify>=0.3
    
  • DB configuration:

    dj-database-url>=0.2.1
    django-heroku-postgresify>=0.2
    
  • Storage backend:

    django-storages>=1.1.5
    boto>=2.6.0
    

License

django-herokuify is released under the BSD license.

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Release History

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