Django checks to ensure valid URL Configurations
Use Django's System Check Framework to ensure your URL Configuration works correctly.
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This package checks your Django project's URL Configuration for a few things.
- Do the paths or regular expressions in your URL configuration tree end
with slashes (or, for regular expressions,
- Is the URL configuration tree comprised of only
ROOT_URLCONFdefined in settings, and does it point to a valid Python module with
I constantly forget to add a slash to the end of my URI paths. This leads to strange behavior, and can be tricky to catch even with proper testing.
What's more, the errors raised when something is amiss with the URL configuration can be tricky to debug and understand.
As such, this package aim to try and make developers lives easier by providing targeted checks of the URL configuration tree. This is meant to be used as part of a "belt-and-braces" approach, and is not a substitution for tests!
I am open to suggestions on improving the checks. Please open an issue to do so.
Installation and Usage
"url_checks.apps.UrlChecksConfig",as an item in your Django project's
- In the terminal (in your Django projects code-root directory), run
Django's check framework with
$ python manage.py check
- Read the output in your terminal and track those bugs down!
For ideas, bugs, feature-requests, and all the rest, please open an issue on Github.
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