Chiplog is a simple way to enter notes that get time/date stamped. It's a way to document what you're doing without having to deal with how to manage it. It's written in Django.
Inspired by Cliff Stoll's Log Book in Cuckoo's Egg.
The name is taking things back to where the word "Log" came from in the first place.
- Django Tagging
- Django Markup (django.contrib.markup)
- Django Humanize (django.contrib.humanize)
- Python Markdown
settings.py, add to
'chiplog', 'tagging', 'typogrify', 'django.contrib.markup', 'django.contrib.humanize',
settings.py, add the following setting:
CHIPLOG_MEDIA_URL = MEDIA_URL + 'chiplog/'
And add at the context processor of chiplog:
TEMPLATE_CONTEXT_PROCESSORS = ( 'chiplog.context_processors.chiplog_media_url', ... )
urlpatterns = patterns('', (r'^[whatever_you_want]/', include('chiplog.urls')),
Add a symbolic link to the Chiplog media folder inside your project's media folder. Something like:
cd /path/to/your/project/media ln -s /path/to/chiplog/static chiplog
./manage.py syncdb from the root of your project, and you should be ready to start Chiplogging.
If you don't already have something configured, you can add a login template from the example Chiplog project.
templates/registration/ to your project's template folder.