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App for multi domain in django. Python2.x, Python3.x, Django>=1.4

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# django-multiple-domain
App for multi domain in django. Python2.x, Python3.x, Django>=1.4

Add request.host with subdomain value or None

Quick start
-----------

1. Add "multidomain" to your INSTALLED_APPS setting like this:
```
INSTALLED_APPS = (
...
'multidomain',
)
```
2. Include the 'multidomain.middleware.GetDomainMiddleware' MIDDLEWARE in your project settings.py like this:
```
MIDDLEWARE = [
...
'multidomain.middleware.GetDomainMiddleware',
]
```
3. Run `python manage.py migrate` to create the multidomain models.

In request object add two objects:
* request.domain - Domain model from request objects or None
* request.get_domain(request, reverse_url=None, *args, **kwargs) - Function by get domain.
* request - required argument
* reverse_lazy = optional. String format for reverse_lazy django function.
* args, kwargs - optional arguments, for reverse_lazy.

TODO:
1) Localization
2) Many-Level domain
3) Docs
4) ...

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