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djangocms-installer 0.3.1

Command to easily bootstrap django CMS projects

Latest Version: 1.0.0

Command to easily bootstrap django CMS projects

  • Free software: BSD license


djangocms-installer is a console wizard to help bootstrapping a django CMS project.

Refer to django CMS Tutorial on how to properly setup your first django CMS project.


It used to be called aldryn-installer, but since version 0.2.0 it’s been renamed djangocms-installer for clarity.


  1. Create an empty virtualenv:

    virtualenv /virtualenv/path/my_project
  2. Install djangocms-installer:

    pip install djangocms-installer


    pip install -e git+


While this wizard try to handle most of the things for you, it doesn’t check for all the proper native (non python) libraries to be installed. Before running this, please check you have the proper header and libraries installed and available for packages to be installed.

Libraries you would want to check:

  • libjpeg (for JPEG support in Pillow)
  • zlib (for PNG support in Pillow)
  • postgresql (for psycopg)
  • libmysqlclient (for Mysql-Python)


0.1.0 (2013-10-19)

  • First public release.

0.1.1 (2013-10-20)

  • Improved documentation on how to fix installation in case of missing libraries.

0.2.0 (2014-02-06)

  • Project renamed to djangocms-installer
  • Bugfixes
  • Better default templates
  • Python 3 compatibility
  • Django 1.6 compatibility
  • django CMS 3 beta3 and dev snapshot support
  • Support for django-admin project templates
  • Ships Twitter bootstrap templates
  • Can now creates a dummy starting page

0.3.0 (2014-03-15)

  • Sync with django CMS RC1 changes
  • Use external django CMS plugins instead of removed core ones

0.3.1 (2014-03-16)

  • Fix error in loading resource files
  • Fix error with non-standard python executable paths
  • Fix error with Django 1.6
  • Fix error installing django-filer
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