Allows multiple apps to override the same management command in Django
© 2014 Thomas Khyn
MCMO stands for ‘Management Command Multiple Override’ Allows multiple apps to override the same management command in Django
Install using your prefered method
replace the line:
from django.core import management
from django_mcmo import management
in your manage.py file
- You can now use applications that concurrently define overrides for django.core management commands. Both commands will be called.
If your manage.py is automatically generated (e.g. if you are using buildout and djangorecipe), simply make sure that the statement:
is executed before calling django.management.execute_from_command_line.
Importing the package patches the django.core.management module, which functions are then multiple-override enabled.
The same-name overrides must derive from the same Command class, or at least from the same Command base class (AppCommand, LabelCommand or NoArgsCommand).
In practice, same-name command will only be met when two apps override a core django management command. They will therefore derive from the same Command class, and cause no issue (except if the same options are defined in the two commands).
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