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django-nadb (Not Another Django Blog app)

django-nadb is a Django blog app. The source repository can be found at


Installing django-nadb is as simple as checking out the source and adding it to your project or PYTHONPATH.

Use git, pip or easy_install to check out django-nadb from Github or get a release from PyPI.

1. Download and install the package from the python package index (PyPI):

easy_install django-nadb

or if you prefer pip:

pip install django-nadb

2. Install the latest development version from GitHub. This requires to install git of course:

git clone git://

then install it manually:

cd django-nadb
python install

Please note that the dev version is not fully tested and may contain bugs.


1. To install django-nadb just add the package to your INSTALLED_APPS setting:


# Notice you also need to add django_markup to your INSTALLED_APPS.

2. Run the syncdb command:

$ ./ syncdb

3. Add a line like this in your root URLConf to set up the default URLs for django-nadb:

urlpatterns = patterns('',
    url(r'^blog/', include('nadb.urls')),

4. django-nadb supports markup filters (e.g. Markdown, RestructuredText, etc.). Add the following to your


    'markdown': {
        'safe_mode': True,
        'extensions': ['codehilite']

5. Create a nadb directory inside your templates directory and add the following templates:


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