Widgy is a content editor somewhat in the line of CKEditor. It is not a WYSIWYG editor though. Widgy is more suited than CKEditor for editing pages, as in a CMS because it allows you to edit specific parts of the page and those parts know how to render themselves. Whereas a WYSIWYG stores its data in HTML, Widgy stores it in a Tree where each node can render itself.
Widgy is available under the Apache Version 2.0 license. Contribute on github.
Read Widgy’s documentation at http://docs.wid.gy.
Install with pip.
pip install django-widgy
When developing Widgy, it might be handy to clone the repository then install it.
git clone git://github.com/fusionbox/django-widgy cd django-widgy pip install -e .
Read about Widgy’s data model at http://docs.wid.gy/en/latest/design/data-model.html.
There is a developers mailing list available at firstname.lastname@example.org
Running the Tests
pip install -r requirements-test.txt make test
$ tox will run the full test suite across all of the supported versions of Django and Python.
Once coverage is installed (pip install coverage), the Makefile has two commands to help report on code coverage.
will run the tests with coverage enabled and generate HTML coverage files.
will run the tests and open the coverage report in your web browser.