Django logging in version 1.4: How to correctly remove the require_debug_false filter from the mail_admin handler
There you are, configuring some shiny new django website of yours, and you want to test some
of the logging features. And because you're testing in a development environment, you have
DEBUG=True in your
settings.py file. But the problem is, you're not seeing
the admin logging emails you are expecting. So, you check the
LOGGING variable in
settings.py to see if you missed something. It looks something like this by default: ...
The fact that Django comes with CSRF protection is extremely nice. Unless, of course, your
hobby is exploiting websites, in which case get off my site. For the rest of us, thwart those
baddies by using Django's
CsrfViewMiddleware and the
csrf_token tag. But when
you do, keep in mind what that changes on your webpages. The
csrf_token tag sets a
cookie. So, that begs the question: ...