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Adds a mgmt command to print urls from your Django project

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# django-showurls

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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.

## Usage
First you'll need to add the django_showurls app in your Django project's file:


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

$ python showurls
.. etc ..

## Installation
Install with pip (or easy_install)::

pip install django-showurls

## Todos
* should probably add some system tests that tests the actual command
(./ showurls) on arbitrary Django projects
* look into if we can inspect what HTTP methods a specific url accepts (by
looking at the corresponding view?)

## License

BSD, just as the main Django project. See LICENSE file in root of this repo.

## Contributing

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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