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django-currencies 0.3.0

Adds support for multiple currencies as a Django application.

Package Documentation

Latest Version: 0.4.0


django-currencies allows you to define different currencies, and includes template tags/filters to allow easy conversion between them. Usage

Once you have everything set up (read the included INSTALL.txt and docs/), you will be able to use the following code in your templates:

{% change_currency [price] [currency_code] %}

# i.e:

{% change_currency product.price "USD" %}

# or if we have the currencies.context_processors.currencies
# available:

{% change_currency product.price CURRENCY.code %}

or use the filter:

{{ [price]|currency:[currency] }}

# i.e.:

{{ product.price|currency:"USD" }}

or set the CURRENCY context variable with a POST to the included view:

{% url currencies_set_currency [currency] %}

OpenExchangeRates integration

django-currencies has builtin integration with

You will need to specify your API key in your settings file:

OPENEXCHANGERATES_APP_ID = "c2b2efcb306e075d9c2f2d0b614119ea"

You will then be able to use the management commands “initcurrencies” and “updatecurrencies”. The former will create any currency that exists on with a default factor of 1.0. It is completely optional and does not require an API key.

The updatecurrencies management command will update all your currencies against the rates returned by Any missing currency will be left untouched.

Source Code

The source is kept under git version control at

You can get it by cloning the repository:



You can browse it online here:

Running Tests

I’m using nose along with nosedjango

The is inside the tests/ directory, so you’ll need to cd to it, and:

nosetests -v --with-django
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