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An app that allows you moderate content

Project Description

Welcome to the documentation for django-oml!

OML means Object Moderation Layer, the idea is to have a mixin model that allows you to moderate several kinds of content.

On config set up a dictionary

OML_CONFIG = {

        # True if some groups wont be moderated
        'OML_EXCLUDE_MODERATED': True/False,

        # List of groups id that will be omitted
        'OML_EXCLUDED_GROUPS': []

}

This is still a project in development

Running the Tests

You can run the tests with via:

python setup.py test

or:

python runtests.py

This project plays well with the following Django versions:

  • Django 1.5
  • Django 1.6
  • Django 1.7 (not with python 2.6)

With python 2.7 and python 2.6 (except for Django 1.7).

Release History

Release History

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0.0.3

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0.0.1

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