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Automatic Tastypie URL builder by way of import discovery.

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Django Tasypie Resource Url Builder
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Just something I felt should be automated.


in your toplevel urls.py :

{{{
from django.conf.urls import patterns, include

from piehunter import PieHunter

api_urls = PieHunter(api_name='v1',
dotted_path='api.resources',
enabled_attribute='EnabledResources')

urlpatterns = patterns('',
surl(r'^api/', include(api_urls)),
surl(r'^beta/', include('hunger.urls')),
)
}}}

Now in your applications you would have a directory structure like so :

{{{
/
__init__.py
urls.py
models.py
admin.py
templates/
static/
...

}}}

Throw your Tastypie resources into the api module to end up with something like :

{{{
/
__init__.py
urls.py
models.py
admin.py
templates/
static/
api/
resources.py
...
...
}}}

At the end of your `api.resources` module, include a list/set of resources you want to use :

{{{
EnabledResources = (TrooperResource,
DeathstarResource,
EvilGrinResource,
)
}}}

That's it, piehunter will now hunt for and include any resource found to be in a api.resources.EnabledResources

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