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django-solo helps working with singletons: things like global settings that you want to edit from the admin site.

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|             \             | Django Solo helps working with singletons:
|             /\            | database tables that only have one row.
|           >=)'>           | Singletons are useful for things like global
|             \/            | settings that you want to edit from the admin
|             /             | instead of having them in Django settings.py
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Features

  • You define the singleton model that will hold you settings.
  • Django Solo provides a base class for your singleton model and admin classes.
  • You get an admin interface that’s aware that you only have one object.
  • You can retrieve the singleton object from templates.
  • By enabling caching, the database is not queried intensively.

Read more: http://github.com/lazybird/django-solo/

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