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June 26, 2013
by Mark Lavin
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MEDIA_ROOT and Django Tests

If you’ve ever written a test for a view or model with associated uploaded files you might have noticed a small problem with those files hanging around after the tests are complete. Since version 1.3, Django won’t delete the files associated with your model instances when they ...

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June 12, 2013
by Dan Poirier
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Making your Django app more pluggable

This blog post is about ways of doing things in your Django app, and pitfalls to avoid, so your app is easier to plug in to other sites.

Introduction

One of the most enticing promises of Django is that you’ll be able to add features to your site by ...

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April 25, 2013
by Mark Lavin
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Managing Django Translations with Transifex

We manage a number of open source Django apps here at Caktus. While many of us here are proficient in a number of programming languages, the same can’t be said for our ability to read or write in languages other than English. The Django community is global and we ...

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April 11, 2013
by Dan Poirier
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A helper script for runserver

This is a little shell script I save as rs, put on my path, and use as a shortcut to start the Django development server. It has several features that make me more productive...

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October 30, 2012
by Julia Elman
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django-scribbler, a lightweight front-end interface for Django template editing

django-scribbler is a new open-source project published by the team at Caktus. Its goal is to create a seamless way for authorized end users to make edits to specific blocks of content in their Django template.

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