1. Unit test your Django views

    How to test views of a Django application?

    Django's builtin test client is not suitable for unit testing! It performs system tests: it handles your views as a black box in a project's environment.

    This article provides a recipe for developers to replace Django's builtin test client by smaller, fine-grained …

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  2. Introducing diecutter

    Today, we initiated a proof-of-concept template generation service called diecutter:

    • at a given URL, there is a "template" resource;
    • post variables to resource's URL and receive the rendered string.

    The resource is, basically, an engine (Jinja) and a template string.

    Usage

    The project is at a really early stage, but …

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  3. Essayez zc.buildout

    zc.buildout est un outil de déploiement puissant : isolation, reproductibilité, extensibilité... Il semble pourtant relativement méconnu parmi les développeurs Django. Souffrirait-il de son apparente complexité ?

    Voici une présentation de zc.buildout, un lightning-talk proposé lors de DjangoCon Toulouse 2012.

    Le contenu de cette présentation a été intégré avec landslide + un …

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  4. Merging the right way

    If, during a merge, you have to resolve conflicts on files you didn't change in your branch, then you maybe merged the wrong way. Yes, during a merge, direction matters. Here are some tips to figure it out and avoid some merge nightmares.

    Apply your changes on top of other's …

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