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This package provides a Django model field that can store both absolute and relative URLs

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Django URL or Relative URL Field

This package extends default Django URLField to support relative URLs.

Installation

  1. Install the python package django-url-or-relative-url-field from pip:

    pip install django-url-or-relative-url-field

    Alternatively, you can install download or clone this repo and call pip install -e ..

  2. Add to INSTALLED_APPS in your settings.py:

    'url_or_relative_url_field',

Usage

Add field to the model:

from django.db import models
from url_or_relative_url_field.fields import URLOrRelativeURLField

class Redirect(models.Model):
   url = URLOrRelativeURLField()

Now your model will accept both absolute and relative URLs into the url field.

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