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Django generic catalog application. Organize objects in tree structure, allows to make links for objects.

Project description

Application allows to organize objects in tree hierarhy.

This Documentation is poor for now, but it contains instructions how to set up application with default settings.

Install:

  1. Download django-catalog and include it into python path.

  2. Edit your settings.py this way:

    INSTALLED_APPS += [
        'catalog',
        'catalog.contrib.defaults',
    ]
    

And insert one of this strings into urlconf.py:

urlpatterns += patterns('',
    (r'^catalog/', include('catalog.urls.by_id')),
)

or

urlpatterns += patterns('',
    (r'^catalog/', include('catalog.urls.by_slug')),
)

Method by_id will configure views to display tree items urls like this: http://example.com/catalog/my-item-47/. Where my-item is object’s slug, and 47 is TreeItem id attribute.

Method by_slug will configure views to display tree items urls like this: http://example.com/catalog/item-my-item/. Where my-item is object’s slug, and item is Item models name.

Notice, that when you use method by_slug, every object MUST have slug attribute.

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Frontpage handlers

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