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A reusable Django app that generates static pages using Django test client

Project Description

A reusable Django app that generates static pages using Django test client.

Installation

  1. Install a package:

    $ pip install django-static-pages
    
  2. Add “static_pages” to your INSTALLED_APPS setting:

    INSTALLED_APPS = (
        ...
        'static_pages',
    )
    

Configuration

Specify which files should be generated as static files:

STATIC_PAGES_LIST = (
    ('/', 'index.html'),
    ('/about/', 'about.html'),
    ('news:list', 'news/index.html'),
)

Set path for an output directory of the static files:

STATIC_PAGES_DIR = '/srv/example.com/html/'

This kwargs will be passed to the Django test client arguments. It may be usefull if you want to control WSGI environments of the RequestFactory of the the client:

STATIC_PAGES_CLIENT_KWARGS = {
    'SERVER_NAME': 'example.com',
}

Usage

Just execute the following command:

$ python manage.py generate_static_pages

Requirements

  • Python 2.7+ or 3+
  • Django>=1.5
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