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django library to render and send report mail.

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Django library to send ‘report’ mail.

Almost django management commands used as night batch processing, and then, administrators will want to know the result of it as mail.

At a glance

Consider a case which is for processing lines of csv by django’s management command. And then you want to know the result of the command by mail.

Just thing you should do is decorating handle method by apply_reporter method:

import csv
from import BaseCommand

from reportmail.command import apply_reporter

class Command(BaseCommand):
    def handle(self, reporter, filepath, *args, **options):
        for i, l in enumerate(csv.DictReader(open(filepath))):
            reporter.append('Line {}: processed {}'.format(i+1, l))

Then, when the command finish, you’ll get a admin mail like this:

    Report of
    args: path/to/somecsv.csv
    options: settings=None,pythonpath=None,traceback=None,verbosity=1,

    Line1: processed {'somefield': 'somevalue0'}
    Line2: processed {'somefield': 'somevalue1'}
    Line3: processed {'somefield': 'somevalue2'}
    Line4: processed {'somefield': 'somevalue3'}

If you like django-reportmail, please refer the documentation. You can learn about django-reportmail enough to use it on your work.


1.3 (2015-08-20)

#6 Added .abort() feature for Reporter.

1.2.4 (2014-11-29)

#5 Officially supporting for Python3.4 and Django1.7.

1.2.3 (2014-06-20)

#3 Add manager_mail_committer.

1.2.2 (2014-06-15)

#2 Improved apply_reporter to get a committer function.

1.2.1 (2014-06-14)

Cleaned up the default template of report mail.

1.2 (2014-06-07)

  • Fixed wrong function names of committer (comitter => committer)
    • reportmail.reporter.console_comitter is now renamed as reportmail.reporter.console_committer
    • reportmail.reporter.admin_mail_comitter is now renamed as reportmail.reporter.admin_mail_committer

1.1 (2014-05-28)

  • Fixed the wrong attribute name of Reporter (comitter => committer)

1.0 (2014-05-28)

Initial release

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