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django-static-lor 0.1.0

LoR as 'Local or Remote' is a useful tool for manage static files between testing and production.

LoR as “Local or Remote” is a useful tool for manage static files between testing and production.

Install

Install the package on your system:

pip install django-static-lor

Make the following things in your settings.py:

  • Add lor app at the beginning of your INSTALLED_APPS
  • Add LOR_USE_LOCAL_URLS for define if you want local or remote URLs (Better is simply LOR_USE_LOCAL_URLS = DEBUG
  • Add LOR_STATIC_DIR for define where is the app’s static directory
  • Add LOR_STATIC_DIR in STATICFILES_DIRS if you want to serve it when DEBUG == False
  • Add you matches in LOR_FILES_URLS

Your settings will look like something like this:

INSTALLED_APPS = (
      'lor',
      ...
)
LOR_USE_LOCAL_URLS = False
LOR_STATIC_DIR = '/my/lor/static/dir/'
STATICFILES_DIRS = (
    ...
    LOR_STATIC_DIR,
)

LOR_FILES_URLS = {
    'jquery': ('js/jquery.js',
        'https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.11.3/jquery.min.js')
}

Done!

Usage

In templates

{% load lor %}
My jQuery URL: {% lor_url 'jquery' %}

Collect remote files

./manage.py wget

This will download all files in LOR_FILES_URLS and put them in LOR_USE_LOCAL_URLS.

 
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