django-anysign is open-source software, published under BSD license. See License for details.


If you want to install a development environment, you should go to Contributing documentation.


django-anysign has been tested against Python [1] 2.7, 3.3, 3.4 and 3.5. Other versions may work, but they are not part of the test suite at the moment.

Installing django-anysign will automatically trigger the installation of the following requirements:


As a library

In most cases, you will use django-anysign as a dependency of another project. In such a case, you should add django-anysign in your main project’s requirements. Typically in

from setuptools import setup

    # ...

Then when you install your main project with your favorite package manager (like pip [2]), django-anysign and its recursive dependencies will automatically be installed.


You can install django-anysign with your favorite Python package manager. As an example with pip [2]:

pip install django-anysign


Check django-anysign has been installed:

python -c "import django_anysign;print(django_anysign.__version__)"

You should get installed django_anysign‘s version.


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