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Inlines support for Django generic views.

Project description

Wad of Stuff Django Views
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A set of view functions and classes to extend the functionality of Django's
generic views to support inlines.

Requirements
============

Django 1.0 or newer.

Functions
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wadofstuff.django.views.create_object(..., inlines=None)
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wadofstuff.django.views.update_object(..., inlines=None)
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These functions are identical to the Django ones except for the addition of the
`inlines` argument. This argument consists of a list of dictionaries that will
be passed as arguments after the `parent_model` argument to
`inlineformset_factory(parent_model, ...)`.

For example, arguments to a generic view might typically look like:

crud_dict = {
'model':Author
'inlines':[{
'model':Book,
'extra':2,
'form':BookForm,
},{
'model':Article,
}],
# ... other generic view arguments
}

would translate to calls to `inlineformset_factory()` like:

inlineformset_factory(Author, model=Book, extra=2, form=BookForm)

and

inlineformset_factory(Author, model=Article)

The view function will create a formset for each inline model and add them to
the template context. In the example above the context variables would be named
`book_formset` and `article_formset`.

What's new
==========

Version 1.0.1:

- Added ability to import views from wadofstuff.django.views.

Version 1.0.0:

- First public release.

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