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Django generic views with PascalCase template paths with model named folders.

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Django generic views with PascalCase template paths with model named folders.

https://github.com/wooyek/django-pascal-templates

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Usage

Replace your usual generic view imports with:

from pascal_templates.views import DetailView, CreateView, UpdateView, DeleteView, ListView

And in result get additional template_names allowing you to keep templates in folders named after your models:

names = [
   'some_app/somemodel_detail.html',
   'some_app/SomeModel/detail.html',   # This is what you get
 ]

In effect you can use a nice folder structure with templates that are easy to manage:

templates
├── SomeModel
│   ├── detail.html
│   ├── form.html
│   └── list.html
├── SomeOtherModel
│   ├── detail.html
│   ├── form.html
│   └── list.html

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