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django-filemanager-lte 0.0.7

Template for reusable django applications mod django-suit

## Notes
Forked from byteweaver
Thanks byteweaver!

Original repo:

## Mods
Upgrade python3
Upgrade django 1.9
Integrate templates for suit personal

# django-filemanager

A simple and standalone file manager and browser for django projects. Supports multiple instances which can be used within the admin area or for the frontend as well.

## Key features

* Standalone file browser and manager
* No external dependencies except django
* Feature rich uploader included (jQuery File Upload)
* Based on django storage backend

## Installation

If you want to install the latest stable release from PyPi:

$ pip install django-filemanager

If you want to install the latest development version from GitHub:

$ pip install -e git://


Add `filemanager` to your `INSTALLED_APPS`:


Hook this app into your ````:

urlpatterns = patterns('',
url(r'^your-url/', include('filemanager.urls', namespace='filemanager')),

## Setup

### Base template

If you like to use the basic templates included you have to make sure your project does meet the following requirements. The filemanger does require a base template called `base.html` to extend from or you to override the `filemanager/filemanager_base.html` template. Within your template you have to define a block named `content`, like in the following example:

{% block content %}{% endblock %}

### Directory settings

Define paths for `MEDIA_ROOT` and `MEDIA_URL` in your django settings file or override the filemanager settings for `FILEMANAGER_MEDIA_ROOT` and `FILEMANAGER_MEDIA_URL`.

Make sure the base folder defined in your settings for filemanager does exist. By default it is located at `MEDIA_ROOT/uploads`.  
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