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Django media files manager

Project description

  1. Introduction
  2. Requirements
  3. Basic installation
  4. More

Introduction

django-mediafiles is Django reusable application to manage media files in your Django project. Now django-mediafiles supports:

  • Directories creating +, editing (chmod, chown, rename +), deleting +
  • Files creating, uploading +, editing (chmod, chown), deleting +
  • Recycle bin
  • Thumbnail creation for images
  • Text files editing in browser +

NOTE: Possibilities that supported current version of django-mediafiles labeled by +.

Requirements

  • Pygments >= 1.0 needed for source code highlight

Basic installation

  1. Install django-mediafiles via:

    # python setup.py install
    

or add mediafiles directory to your PYTHONPATH.

2. Add mediafiles to your project INSTALLED_APPS and set up serving of mediafiles media directory.

3. Add (r'^mediafiles/', include('mediafiles.urls')) to your project URLConf.

4. That’s all :) Now login into Django admin CRUD and click on Media Files (or localized value) link. (Not worked yet, go to mediafiles url to get access to it).

More

Check django-mediafiles Screenshots @ Google Code.

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