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Prune and maintain file uploads

Project Description
  1. Install django-prune-uploads using pip and add prune_uploads to your INSTALLED_APPS.
  2. Run ./manage.py prune_uploads and have a look at the output (does not change anything in the database or the file system!)
  3. Run ./manage.py prune_uploads -v2 for a potentially much more verbose report.
  4. Run ./manage.py prune_uploads --help to learn about the available options for actually changing and/or removing files and records.
Release History

Release History

This version
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0.1.0

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