Class based Django permissions for Django models.
Simple class based permissions.
Install using pip:
pip install django-perm
# Add to INSTALLED_APPS 'perm', # Add to AUTHENTICATION_BACKENDS 'perm.backends.ModelPermissionBackend',
In your main urls.py, at the end add:
# Load django-perm urlpatterns += patterns('', url('^/perm/', include('perm.urls')))
In your Django app, create a file permissions.py. Its content might look like this:
from perm.decorators import permissions_for from perm.permissions import ModelPermissions from .models import Foo @permissions_for(Foo) class FooPermissions(ModelPermissions): def has_perm_wiggle(self): # Let's ask the Foo object return self.obj.user_can_wiggle(self.user) def get_queryset_perm_change(self): # Foo objects can be changed by their owners return Foo.objects.filter(user=self.user)
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Bugs and requests
If you have found a bug or a request for additional functionality, please use the issue tracker on GitHub.
django-perm is written by Dylan Verheul (firstname.lastname@example.org).
You can use this under Apache 2.0. See LICENSE file for details.
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