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View Django Settings at a URL

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# django-settings-view-as-json

View Django Settings via URL

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## Why

Because sometimes its confusing what settings are in use in your staging environments etc.

## Features

* Recursively nulls out any sensitive key values (eg passwords)

## Install

pip install django-settings-view-as-json

## Usage

from django_settings_view_as_json import settings_view

url(r'^settings/$', settings_view.as_view(), name='settings'),

## Security Warning

I highly recommend limiting this URL to either non production environments or at least Super user's. Eg

from django.contrib.auth.decorators import user_passes_test
from django_settings_view_as_json import settings_view

url(r'^settings/$', user_passes_test(lambda u: u.is_superuser)(settings_view.as_view()), name='settings'),


## JSON In Browser

I recommend [Chrome JsonView Plugin](


* Make sensitive key list a setting

## Changelog

* 0.0.8 pip 10 compatibility
* 0.0.7 Fix serialisation of classes
* 0.0.6 Fix issue with deep cloning (fallback to shallow)

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