For local web development
coltrane uses an
.env file in the base directory for potentially sensitive settings. When deployed to production, those settings would be retrieved from environment variables (following the 12-factor app method).
DEBUG=True INTERNAL_IPS=127.0.0.1 ALLOWED_HOSTS= COLTRANE_SITE= SECRET_KEY=this-would-be-lots-of-random-characters
Whether the server is in debug mode or not. Traceback, context, and sensitve information is displayed on the error page when this is set to
True, so it should always be set to
False when the app is deployed to production. Defaults to
True for local development purposes.
Used to determine if the current request is internal or not. Must be set for the
debug template variable to be populated (more information in the Django documentation). Defaults to
127.0.0.1. If more than one IP is required, separate them by commas.
The acceptable host or domain names when the site is deployed to production. Must be set when
DEBUG is set to
False. Defaults to
"". If more than one host name is required, separate them by commas.
The hosting domain’s scheme and domain.
The title of the website. Used when generating
The description of the website. Used when generating
COLTRANE_DESCRIPTION=A simple content site framework that harnesses the power of Django without the hassle.
A random string of letters, numbers, and characters. (More information in the Django documentation. Generated automatically when the
.env file is created.