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django-base64field 1.0

A motherfucking django model field to bring base64 encoded key to models.

Django Base64Field

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- A motherfucking django model field to bring ``base64`` encoded key to models.
- It uses ``base64`` from ``django.utils.baseconv`` for encoding.
- Tested on Python2.7, Python3.3 .

How it works?

``Base64Field`` is useful where you need a base64 encoded value from
model's Primary Key a.k.a PK which is available on every django
application model by default. Sine `base64` encoder works with
`integer` value then PK should be also `integer`, Fortunately
again `PK` field is `integer` by nature.

When a model gets saved, ``post_save`` signal will be emitted,
This is where a ``base64`` encoded key will be generated/encoded
from model's ``PK``, Then model will gets **updated** not getting save again.
this operation happens just on the first time model gets saved.
In next time model gets saved or updated ``base64`` won't be generated.

You wanna know more about how ``django-base64field`` works? Then get da fuck
out of ``README.rst`` and look inside the ````.


Here is simple usage of ``Base64Field``
>>> from django.db import models
>>> from django_base64field.fields import Base64Field
>>> class MyModelianto(models.Model):
>>> ek = Base64Field()
>>> modelia = MyModelianto.objects.create(pk=314159265358979323)
>>> modelia.ek
>>> u''
>>> refreshed_modelia = MyModelianto.objects.get(
>>> refreshed_modelia.ek
>>> u'HS7Y_sdg3x'

As You can see ``ek`` in not available on returned instance
from ``MyModelianto.objects.create()``, It will be available after retrieving
``refreshed_modelia`` from database which is same record as ``modelia`` here.

This behavior can be easily controlled with implementing a simple helper
method on ``MyModelianto``. You can find out more about this solution on
````, Which it doesn't require to retrieving
the instance from database after first creation just for getting ``ek` field.

``django-base64field`` is available on pypi

So easily install it by ``pip``

$ pip install django-base64field

Or by ``easy_install``

$ easy_install django-base64field

Another way is by cloning ``django-base64field``'s
`git repo <https:"" alir3z4="" django-base64field="">`_ ::

$ git clone git://

Then install it by running

$ python install

Or I don't know, Install it directly from git.

pip install git+

Some pkgs have no installation method, This is awefuckingsome that
``django-base64field`` gives you many ways for installation.  
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