User-to-user messaging system for Django
Django-messages enables your users to send private messages to each other. It provides a basic set of functionality that you would expect from such a system. Every user has an Inbox, an Outbox and a Trash. Messages can be composed and there is an easy, url-based approach to preloading the compose-form with the recipient-user, which makes it extremly easy to put “send xyz a message” links on a profile-page.
Currently django-messages comes with these translations:
|0.5.x||compatible with Django 1.4, 1.5, 1.6 and 1.7; if you are upgrading from 0.4.x to trunk please read the UPGRADING docs.|
|0.4.x||compatible with Django 1.1 (may work with Django 1.0/1.2), no longer maintained|
|0.3||compatible with Django 1.0, no longer maintained|
The documentation is contained in the /docs/ directory and can be build with sphinx. A HTML version of the documentation is available at: http://django-messages.readthedocs.org
Download the tar archive, unpack and run python setup.py install or checkout the trunk and put the django_messages folder on your PYTHONPATH. Released versions of django-messages are also available on pypi and can be installed with easy_install or pip.
Add django_messages to your INSTALLED_APPS setting and add an include('django_messages.urls') at any point in your url-conf.
The app includes some default templates, which are pretty simple. They extend a template called base.html and only emit stuff in the block content and block sidebar. You may want to use your own templates, but the included ones are good enough for testing and getting started.
Django-messages has no external dependencies except for django. However, if django-notification and/or django-mailer are found, it will make use of them. Note: as of r65 django-messages will only use django-notification if ‘notification’ is also added to the INSTALLED_APPS setting. This has been done to make situations possible where notification is on pythonpath but should not be used, or where notification is another python package, such as django-notification which has the same name.