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Powerful image management for the Django web framework. Praekelt fork.

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Photologue

Powerful image management for the Django web framework.


Installation
============

Offical releases are available from: http://code.google.com/p/django-photologue/


Source Distribution
-------------------

Download the .zip distribution file and unpack it. From within the extracted directory run the following command:

python setup.py install


Tracking the Development Version
--------------------------------

The current development version of Photologue can be checked out via Subversion from the project site using the following command:

svn checkout http://django-photologue.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ photologue-trunk

Then either copy the photologue-trunk/photologue directory or create a symlink to the photologue-trunk/photologue directory somewhere on your python path, such as your Django project or site-packages directory.

You can verify Photologue is available to your project by running the following commands from within your project directory:

manage.py shell

>>> import photologue
>>> photologue.VERSION
(2, 0, 'rc1')


Configure Your Django Settings
------------------------------

Add 'photologue' to your INSTALLED_APPS setting:

INSTALLED_APPS = (
# ...other installed applications,
'photologue',
)

*** Confirm that your MEDIA_ROOT and MEDIA_URL settings are correct. ***


Register Photologue with the Django Admin
-----------------------------------------

Add the following to your projects urls.py file:

from django.contrib import admin

admin.autodiscover()


Sync Your Database
------------------

Run the Django 'syncdb' command to create the appropriate tables. After the database in initialized, run the following command to initialize Photologue:

python manage.py plinit


Instant Photo Gallery
---------------------

To use the included photo gallery templates and views you need to first add photologue to your projects urls.py file.

# urls.py:
urlpatterns += patterns('',
(r'^admin/(.*)', admin.site.root),
(r'^photologue/', include('photologue.urls')),
)

Once your urls are configured you need to copy the directory photologue/templates/photologue to your projects "templates" directory:

myproject/
myapp/
...
templates/
photologue/
...

If you'd rather, you can also add the absolute path to the photologue/templates directory to your TEMPLATE_DIRS setting.

# settings.py:
TEMPLATE_DIRS = ('/path/to/photologue/templates',)


Additional Documentation and Support
------------------------------------

Offical docs:

http://code.google.com/p/django-photologue/w/list

If you have any questions or need help with any aspect of Photologue please feel free to join the discussion group:

http://groups.google.com/group/django-photologue

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