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Django Lorem Ipsum Generator - Command plugin to generate (fake content data) for Django model.

Project Description

Django Lorem Ipsum Generator - Command plugin to generate (fake content data) for Django model, and uses Faker Factory package for API Faker Model.

Install

Djipsum is available directly from PyPI:

$ pip install djipsum

*). And don’t forget to add djipsum to your INSTALLED_APPS setting (without migrations).

Requirements

  • Django>=1.10.1
  • Faker>=0.7.3

Usage

usage: djipsum -h [-h] [-dv] [-auto] [-cg CUSTOM_GENERATOR]
                  [--app APP] [--model MODEL] [--max MAX]

To generate awesome lorem ipsum for your model!

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -dv, --djipsum_version
                        Show djipsum version number and exit.
  -auto, --auto_gen     Automatic generate lorem ipsum from custom generator
                        class.
  -cg, --custom_generator CUSTOM_GENERATOR
                        Custom a function generator (full path) for auto-gen.
  --app APP             The app name.
  --model MODEL         The model class name.
  --max MAX             Maximum generate lorem ipsum.

Example

# Default 10 objects
$ ./manage.py djipsum --app testapp --model TestField

# Custom Maximum objects
$ ./manage.py djipsum --app testapp --model TestField --max=5

API

The Djipsum Faker Model providing additional library from Faker Factory for more than efficient to use.

1. Basic API

>>> from djipsum.faker import FakerModel
>>> faker = FakerModel(app='app_name', model='ModelName')
>>> faker.fake_email() # From Djipsum
'admin@gmail.com'
>>> faker.fake.email() # From Faker Factory
'smithadrian@hotmail.com'
>>>

2. Example API Usage

>>> from djipsum.faker import FakerModel
>>> faker = FakerModel(app='app_blog', model='Post')
>>> for _ in range(2):
...     fields = {
...         'user': faker.fake_relations(
...             type='fk',
...             field_name='user'
...         ),
...         'title': faker.fake.text(max_nb_chars=100),
...         'slug': faker.fake.slug(
...             faker.fake.text(max_nb_chars=50)
...         ),
...         'categories': faker.fake_relations(
...             type='m2m',
...             field_name='categories'
...         ),
...         'description': ' '.join(faker.fake.paragraphs()),
...         'created': str(faker.fake.date_time()),
...         'publish': faker.fake_boolean(),
...     }
...     faker.create(fields)
...
<Post: Sit sunt nam aperiam ratione consequatur. Animi cupiditate atque totam.>
<Post: Tempora porro sint quasi nisi totam doloremque repellat. Ducimus nesciunt impedit animi.>
>>>

3. Using custom Management command

This an example to create custom special faker file as a tool for unittests. For example i need to save this script into file of app_blog.blogfaker.py

from djipsum.faker import FakerModel


def postfaker(maximum=10):
    """
    Sample custom generator.
    Djipsum already handled with `--max` command.
    But, recomended to set default integer `maximum` like above.
    """
    faker = FakerModel(
        app='app_blog',
        model='Post'
    )
    object_list = [] # for print out after created the objects.

    for _ in range(maximum):
        fields = {
            'user': faker.fake_relations(
                type='fk',
                field_name='user'
            ),
            'title': faker.fake.text(max_nb_chars=100),
            'slug': faker.fake.slug(
                faker.fake.text(max_nb_chars=50)
            ),
            'categories': faker.fake_relations(
                type='m2m',
                field_name='categories'
            ),
            'description': ' '.join(faker.fake.paragraphs()),
            'created': str(faker.fake.date_time()),
            'publish': faker.fake_boolean(),
        }
        instance = faker.create(fields)
        object_list.append(instance)
    return object_list

And then, you also can access it via djipsum command such as below. This should be create 2 objects.

./manage.py djipsum --auto_gen --custom_generator=app_blog.blogfaker.postfaker --max=2

# OR

./manage.py djipsum -auto -cg=app_blog.blogfaker.postfaker --max=2

Supported Fields

Char Types Integer/Float Types Relationship Types Other Types
CharField IntegerField ForeignKey BinaryField
TextField SmallIntegerField ManyToManyField DurationField
EmailField BigIntegerField OneToOneField (not yet) BooleanField
SlugField DecimalField OneToManyField (not yet) NullBooleanField
URLField PositiveIntegerField    
UUIDField FloatField    
GenericIPAddressField PositiveSmallIntegerField    
CommaSeparatedIntegerField      
DateTimeField      
DateField      
TimeField      
ImageField      
FileField      
FilePathField (not yet)      

Refference Faker Model Fields

fake = <faker.generator.Generator object>
Providing the package from Faker Factory.
djipsum_fields(self)
Extended from class DjipsumFields for some special fields.
fake_binary(self)

Return random binary format. Faker Factory also provide about this binary.

Example:

b"\x00\x01\x02\x03\x04\x05\x06\x07", b"\x0b\x0c\x0e\x0f", etc.

  • from Djipsum
    faker.fake_binary()
  • from Faker Factory
    faker.fake.binary(length=10)
fake_chars_or_choice(self, field_name)

Return fake chars or choice it if the field_name has choices. Then, returning random value from it. This specially for CharField.

Usage:

faker.fake_chars_or_choice('field_name')

Example for field:

TYPE_CHOICES = (
  ('project', 'I wanna to talk about project'),
  ('feedback', 'I want to report a bugs or give feedback'),
  ('hello', 'I just want to say hello')
)
type = models.CharField(max_length=200, choices=TYPE_CHOICES)
fake_comma_separated_integer(self)

Return the unique integers in the string. This specially for CommaSeparatedIntegerField.

Example:

'6,1,7', '4,5,1,3,2', '2,7,9,3,5,4,1'

fake_decimal(self, field_name)

Validate if the field has a max_digits and decimal_places And generating the unique decimal number.

Usage:

faker.fake_decimal('field_name')

Example:

10.7, 13041.00, 200.000.000

fake_boolean(self)

Example:

True, False

fake_null_boolean(self)

Faker Factory also provide about this null boolean.

Example:

None, True, False

  • from Djipsum
    faker.fake_null_boolean()
  • from Faker Factory
    faker.fake.null_boolean()
fake_float(self)

Example:

0.69, 20.55, 98.12

fake_email(self)

Faker Factory also provide about this email.

Example:

'agus@python.web.id', 'sample@gmail.com', 'hello@yahoo.com'

  • from Djipsum
    faker.fake_email()
  • from Faker Factory
    faker.fake.email()
fake_file(self)

Return string name of file. Faker Factory also provide about this file.

Example:

'file.zip', 'awesomefile.tar.gz', 'samplefile.docx', 'djipsum.pdf'

  • from Djipsum
    faker.fake_file()
  • from Faker Factory
    faker.fake.file_name()
fake_image(self)

Return string name of image.

Example:

'avatar.jpg', 'djipsum.jpeg', 'sampleimage.png', 'awesome_django.gif'

fake_ipaddress(self)

Faker Factory also provide about this ipaddress, such as ipv4, ipv6, …etc

Example:

'192.168.1.1', '66.249.65.54', '255.255.255.0', '2001:db8:a0b:12f0::1'

  • from Djipsum
    faker.fake_ipaddress()
  • from Faker Factory
    faker.fake.ipv4(), faker.fake.ipv6()
fake_slug(self)

Optionall unique slug with uuid to handle unique=True. Faker Factory also provide about this slug.

Example:

this-my-slug, hello-world-93daf03138dsa0

  • from Djipsum
    faker.fake_slug()
  • from Faker Factory
    faker.fake.slug(faker.fake.text(max_nb_chars=50))
fake_paragraphs(self)

Generate the paragraphs for TextField. Faker Factory also provide about this paragraphs.

Example:

  • from Djipsum
    faker.fake_paragraphs()
  • from Faker Factory
    ' '.join(faker.fake.paragraphs())
fake_url(self)

Generate the url for URLField. Faker Factory also provide about this url.

Example:

https://python.web.id, http://dracos-linux.org

  • from Djipsum
    faker.fake_url()
  • from Faker Factory
    faker.fake.url()
fake_uuid(self)

Generate the unique uuid from uuid1, uuid3, uuid4, or uuid5.

Example:

fb3d6e7f82db47dcaaca46bdd82b24a5, 886313e13b8a53729b900c9aee199e5d

fake_relations(self, type, field_name)

Return the dictionary of object/s relation to process the Relationship.

Example:

  • Foreign Key:
    faker.fake_relations(type='fk', field_name='author'})
  • Many To Many:
    faker.fake_relations(type='m2m', field_name='categories')

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