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Quick startup using manage.py shell

Author:
dnordberg
Posted:
August 20, 2007
Language:
Python
Version:
.96
Tags:
management
Score:
4 (after 4 ratings)

Allows for a quick startup loading commonly used classes, installed apps, and console utils.

To use: After manage.py shell, enter from somepath.startup import *.

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'''
Allows for a quick startup loading commonly used classes, installed apps, and console utils.

To use: After manage.py shell, enter from utils.management.startup import *
'''
from django.conf import settings
from django.db import connection, models

# Load each installed app and put models into the global namespace.
for app in models.get_apps():
    exec("from %s import *" % app.__name__)
        
def last_query():
    "Show the last query performed."
    return connection.queries[-1]

#===================================================
# Add commonly used modules, classes, functions here
#===================================================
from django import forms
import os
from datetime import datetime

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