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A simple Django app to help developers truncate specific models.

Project description

Django-Truncate is a simple library that will add the ability to empty any given model in any app within your django project, in a more SQL related words it will TRUNCATE the TABLE with a simple command:

python manage.py truncate --apps myapp --models model1 model2

Installation

After you move to your django project main directory follow these simple steps

  1. In your terminal/command line run the following command:

    pip install django-truncate
    
  2. Add “django-truncate” to your INSTALLED_APPS in the settings.py file:

    INSTALLED_APPS = [
      ...
      'django_truncate',
    ]
    
  3. And that’s it! you’re now ready to use it.

Usage & Options

  1. You can truncate all of the tables in one app or multiple apps using –apps:

    python manage.py truncate --apps appone apptwo
    
  2. If you want you can truncate a specific table(s) in an app using –models:

    python manage.py truncate --apps appone --models Model3
    

    Note if you don’t write the name of the app the truncate will stop and you’ll see an error message in the terminal

Remember you can always see the instructions by running:

python manage.py truncate -h

License

This project is under the BSD License.

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