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Django Stackato Extensions -- non-interactive changepassword

Project description

Django Stackato Extensions

Experimental package

Extra commands for improved Django support in ActiveState Stackato. For the moment, this just includes a changepassword2 command, an alternate implementation of Django’s changepassword, that accepts password from the command-line, so stackato run can be used non-interactively to set the admin password.

Getting Started

  • Add django-stackato to your requirements.txt

  • Add django_stackato to INSTALLED_APPS of settings.py.

  • Run management commands:

    python manage.py createsuperuser --username=admin --email=admin@example.com --noinput
    python manage.py changepassword2 admin secret123
    

Changes

1.0

Release date: 01-06-2011

  • Fix typo in docs

0.9

Release date: 27-05-2011

  • Initial release

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