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User registration and management library using MongoEngine

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Registration for MongoEngine

User registration and management library using MongoEngine


* Create inactive user
* Generate activation token
* Try to activate user via activation token
* Set user password
* Check is activation token expired
* Integrate with django.contrib.auth
* Registration form
* Activation form
* Sample/default registration templates


* Django command to prune users that were not activated.


`pip install regme`


In addition to [MongoEngine Django support settings]( Regme requires following settings:

# The number of days activation token will be valid

# Regme custom user document for MongoEngine
# You should not change it unless you know what are you doing
MONGOENGINE_USER_DOCUMENT = 'regme.documents.User'

# Include regme into installed apps list
# …
# …
# …
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### Simple

* Include `regme.urls` into your `urlconf`.
* Use tag `{% url 'register' %}` to point to the regme registration view.
* (Optional) Override default templates placed in `regme/templates` folder.

### Advanced

* Use or subclass `regme.forms.UserCreationForm` and `regme.forms.UserActivationForm` manually.
* Subclass `regme.documents.User` and perform whatever magic you want.


Feel free to report any issue or fork this project on [Regme Github page](


[Serge Matveenko](


Apache License. See `LICENSE` file.

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