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django-fortune 1.1.1

A Django template-tag for fortunes.

django-fortune

A Django template-tag that provides a fortune.

The Template Tag

{% load fortune_tags %}
{% fortune %}

The Management Commands

$ python manage.py fortune  # Get a fortune.
Fortunes will improve after loading some.  # Oops, no fortunes loaded.
$ python manage.py fortune_list_packs  # List available fortune packs.
-- Installed: --
-- Available: --
art
ascii-art
computers
cookie
definitions
.
.
$ python manage.py fortune_load_pack art  # Load art fortunes.
$ python manage.py fortune  # Get an art fortune.

"My life is a soap opera, but who has the rights?"
        -- Madame
$ python manage.py fortune_unload_pack art  # Unload art fortunes.
$ python manage.py fortune  # No fortunes available again. :-(
Fortunes will improve after loading some.
$

The Python Interface

$ python manage.py shell
.
.
>>> from fortune.models import Fortune, Pack
>>> Fortune.fortune()
'Fortunes will improve after loading some.'
>>> from fortune import utils
>>> fortunes_path = utils.get_fortunes_path()
>>> art_fortunes_path = fortunes.path.joinpath("art")
>>> Pack.load(str(art_fortunes_path))
>>> Fortune.fortune()
u"\nThey can't stop us... we're on a mission from God!\n\t\t-- The Blues Brother"
>>> art_fortunes = Pack.objects.get(name="art".title())
>>> art_fortunes.unload()
>>> Fortune.fortune()
'Fortunes will improve after loading some.'
>>>

Installation

Install using pip;

$ pip install django-fortune

then add “fortune” to INSTALLED_APPS in your app’s settings.py.

 
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