django-neon sources are available from bitbucket or pypi.
To download from pypi (coming soon) just run
pip install django-neon
This will install the package system-wide or in a virtual environment (recommended).
If you don't use
django-neon can be installed like any django-application in a dedicated directory. For this use an existing django-project or create a new one:
$ django-admin.py startproject myproject
This should create a layout like this:
myproject/ manage.py myproject/ __init__.py settings.py urls.py wsgi.py
Taking the sources from bitbucket copy the
neon-directory to the project:
myproject/ manage.py myproject/ __init__.py settings.py urls.py wsgi.py django_neon/ __init__.py admin.py apps.py migrations models processing templates test urls.py views.py
The scheme above shows the internal structure of
django_neon, however for using
django_neon it is not necessary to dig into the code. But for updating the
django_neon-sources have to be copied from bitbucket every time. It's more convenient to use