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Lightweight django subdomains handler

Project Description
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Django Lightweight Subdomains Handler
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This is a very short Django Middleware to handle each subdomains
with a specific URLconf file.

Example
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If you want to have something like::

api.example.org

with a specific URLconf file for each of your subdomains

This what you're looking for!

Quick start
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1. Add this on top of your MIDDLEWARE_CLASSES setting like this::

MIDDLEWARE_CLASSES = (
'lightsub.middleware.SubDomainMiddleware',
...
)

2. Add the SUBDOMAINS_URLCONF dict to your setting project file::

SUBDOMAINS_URLCONF = {
'api': 'api.urls',
}

Where 'api.urls' is your Django-app 'api' and urls is your urls.py module

3. Run your Django project and try to reach api.example.org
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