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Print registered urls in a readable format.

Project description

Urlmapper is a library for Django to print out the registered urls for a site in a readable format.

Basic Usage

from mysite.urls import urlpatterns
from urlmapper.utils import get_urls

urls = get_urls(urlpatterns)

for entry in urls:
    print(entry["path"], entry["name"], entry["view"])

A urlpattern like:

extra = [
    url("^world/$", view),

nested = [
    url(r"^(?P<slug>\w+)/", include([
        url(r"^$", view),
        url(r"^history/$", view),
        url(r"^edit/$", view),

urlpatterns = [
    url("^$", view),
    url("^product/(?P<slug>[^/]+)/$", view, name="product-detail"),
    url("^about/$", view, name="about"),
    url("^hello/", include(extra)),
    url("^page/", include(nested)),

Would output like:



Urlmapper can be installed from PyPI:

pip install django-urlmapper


This code was originally modified from the django-extensions library for use in things other than Django management commands.

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