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I’m trying to install django-extensions + graphviz + pygraph but i can’t.
I have done the following steps ( under Ubuntu ):
sudo apt-get install graphviz libgraphviz-dev graphviz-dev python-pygraphviz
in the project virtualenv (running python 2.7.2+):
source <path to virtualenv>/bin/activate pip install django django-extensions
if i run
it selects the python in my virtualenv, so the python i’m using is the right one.
in the virtualenv’s site-package i have pygraphviz and django-extensions
python manage.py shell import django_extensions import pygraphviz RUNS OK
in my django project i have added ‘django_extensions’ in my INSTALLED_APPS
But when i run
python manage.py help
i can’t see the commands and they are unavailable.
python manage.py graph_models -a -g -o model.png Unknown command: 'graph_models' Type 'manage.py help' for usage.
How can I fix this ?
Run this in manage.py shell:
from django.conf import settings; 'django_extensions' in settings.INSTALLED_APPS
If it doesn’t return True, then it means that you didn’t add ‘django_extensions’ properly in INSTALLED_APPS, and that would be the only reason why Django doesn’t find the command.
Actually, if you look at your manage.py’s code, you will notice that it sets DJANGO_SETTINGS_MODULES according to your current site: let say “mysite.settings”.
If you want your manage.py to list additional extensions (e.g. ones from django-extensions or django-evolution) then you must add your project-root’s folder to your python path, if not you will only get the bascc manage.py commands.