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Easily audit Django management commands

Project Description

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Audit your app’s management command calls with a single line of code. Logs command name and start/end timestamps on every run.

Quickstart

  • Install django-south-central:

    pip install django-management-audit
    
  • Create database table for audit records:

    python manage.py syncdb
    

Usage

  • Modify your manage.py file to import audit installer and run it:

    from management_audit import install
    
    install(['your_app_name',])
    
  • Optionally supply exclusion list of commands that you don’t want to audit:

    install(['your_app_name',], ['command_to_ignore',])
    
  • When commands from your apps will be run, django-management-audit will create a database record for each run which includes command’s name and start/end timestamps.

TODO

  • Log command parameters in addition to name and timestamps.
  • Create admin UI to browse audit records.
  • Add inclusion list as opposite to exlusion list (verify if that’s a use case at all)

History

0.1.0 (2014-01-01)

  • First release on PyPI.

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