A small package to trigger specific non-200 HTTP responses in a Django application.
Giant Error Pages
A small package to trigger specific non-200 HTTP responses. This is useful for previewing your error pages while DEBUG=True. Once enabled, you will be able to access three new routes:
- /errors/404/, which will return a 404 response and error page.
- /errors/403/, which will return a 403 response and error page.
- /errors/500/, which will return a 500 response and error page.
To install with Poetry, run:
$ poetry add giant-errorpages
You should then add
"errorpages" to the
INSTALLED_APPS in your settings file. Finally, update your root
urlpatterns to include:
path("errors/", include("errorpages.urls"), name="errorpages"),
Preparing for release
In order to prepare the package for a new release on TestPyPi and PyPi, you need to update the version number in the
pyproject.toml. The version numbering must also follow the Semantic Version rules which can be found here https://semver.org/.
Once the version number has been updated, run:
This will package the project ready for publication:
...will then publish the package to PyPi. You will need to enter the username and password for the account which can be found in the company password manager.
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