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Raise any response object in Django

Project description

django-raise-response

django-raise-response is a simple plugin that provides the ability to return any response by raising it as you would do with django.http.Http404

Why would you need this? If you need to return a non-4XX/5XX response from a class-based view, for example a 303/301 response, this is the only decent way to do it.

Installing

pip install django-raise-response

Then add ‘raiseresponse.middlewares.RaiseResponse’ to your middlewares:

MIDDLEWARE = [
    'django.middleware.common.CommonMiddleware',
    'django.middleware.csrf.CsrfViewMiddleware',
    'raiseresponse.middlewares.RaiseResponse'
]

Usage

Now you can use ResponseError to raise any response:

from raiseresponse import ResponseError

# somewhere in your view
response_you_want_to_rise = HttpResponse()
raise ResponseError(response_you_want_to_rise)

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