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Project Description

Rango is a bit of spice for Django.


I beleive that short and plain imports are better than long
nested ones.

In Django you should write in your ````:

from django.core.urlresolvers import reverse
from django.shortcuts import get_object_or_404, redirect
from django.contrib.auth.decorators import login_required

In Rango:

from rango.urls import reverse
from rango.views import get_object_or_404, login_required

Actually that is experimental project tending to build cleaner
API for Django.

Core features

### New ``reverse`` method

It works like that:

from rango.urls import reverse
reverse('url_name', pk=8)

Django ``reverse`` works so:

from django.core.urlresolvers import reverse
reverse('url_name', kwargs={'pk': 8})

### Base model class

It has shorcuts for ``all``, ``get``, ``filter`` and ``exclude``
methods and some extra magic:

from rango import models

class MyModel(models.RangoModel):
class MyModel(RangoModel):
title = models.CharField(max_length=100)
is_active = models.BooleanField()

def active(cls, _queryset=None):
return cls.filter(_queryset, is_active=True)

all_objects = MyModel.all()
start_with_a = MyModel.filter(title__startswith="a")
active_objects =

**Note!** Now you can define filter methods in model class
and chain them in queries. Magic!

### Shortcuts ``rango.views``

from rango.views import render_to, ajax_request, render_to_response, \
render, redirect, get_object_or_404, login_required

### Mailing shortcut

If you need to compose E-mail message body from template and
send it you may use a shortcut:

from rango.mail import send_template

send_template(subject='Subject', template='mail.html',

Full method signature:

def send_template(subject=None, template=None, recipient_list=[],
context={}, from_email=None, **kwargs)

### Other shortcuts and stuff

from rango.crypto import random_token
random_token(20) # creates rangom string

# Yes! that's replacement for
# from django.conf import settings
from rango import settings
settings.get_setting('CUSTOM_SETTINGS', default='Some value')

from rango.utils import safe_upload_to
from rango import models
class MyFile(models.Model):
file = models.FileField(upload_to=safe_upload_to('files'))
# files will be uploaded to
# files/<instance id="">/<random>_<filename>


It's not ready yet, I'm working on it.

If you're brave, watch in the source :)
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