Django-urldecorators is a reusable Django application which allows apply view decorators and middleware components depending on requested url.
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Django-urldecorators is a reusable Django application which allows apply view decorators and middleware components based on a requested URL.
This library is compatible with Django 1.4 and later. If you need to use older Django versions (which receive no security updates or bugfixes) you can install 0.4 version of django-urldecorators.
Installation and usage
- Run python setup.py install or add the urldecorators module to your PYTHONPATH (or use pip or easy_install).
- In urls.py file replace from django.conf.urls import url, include by from urldecorators import url, include
- Pass a list of decorators and/or middleware_classes as an argument to the url function.
Example urls.py file:
from urldecorators import url, include urlpatterns = [ url(r'^private/$', include('example.private.urls'), decorators=['django.contrib.auth.decorators.login_required']), url(r'^articles/$', include('example.articles.urls'), middleware_classes=['django.middleware.cache.CacheMiddleware']), ]
For the example configuration and usage see the example project included in the repository. It can be run using django-admin.py utility from the repository root:
$ django-admin.py syncdb --settings=example.settings --pythonpath="$PWD" $ django-admin.py createsuperuser --settings=example.settings --pythonpath="$PWD" $ django-admin.py runserver --settings=example.settings --pythonpath="$PWD"
Django-urldecorators is tested with Django versions from 1.4 to 1.11 but it does not support patterns function from ancient Django versions.
Both Python 2 and Python 3 are supported.
Application tests can run using tox:
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