Adds a new management command that outputs all configured urls from your Django
This is equivalent to Ruby on Rails command "rake routes", which I have found
quite useful lately.
First you'll need to add the django_showurls app in your Django project's
INSTALLED_APPS = (
After that you should be able to get an overview of all the urls in your project
by calling the showurls management command from your manage.py:
$ python manage.py showurls
.. etc ..
Install with pip (or easy_install)::
pip install django-showurls
* should probably add some system tests that tests the actual command
(./manage.py showurls) on arbitrary Django projects
* look into if we can inspect what HTTP methods a specific url accepts (by
looking at the corresponding view?)
BSD, just as the main Django project. See LICENSE file in root of this repo.
This project accepts contributions via GitHub pull requests.
* follow Google's Python style guide
* make commits of logical units, messages should include what changed and why
and be written in past tense
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