Django Documentation (CHM & PDF)

Django documentation in chm and pdf format

Django is a high-level Python Web framework that encourages rapid development and clean, pragmatic design.
www.djangoproject.com

About the chm format

  • Image files (png) has been compressed with optipng
  • Documentation source taken from svn
  • Works with linux viewer (tested with kchmviewer)

About the pdf format

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Django 1.1 alpha 1, SVN revision 9950

SVN revision 9818, 2009-02-12

Django 1.1 svn rev. 11597 2009-09-30

    • krig
    • August 30th, 2008

    Hello.
    This CHM is very useful, but this chm does not work under linux. I tried it with xchm, gnochm, kchmviewer – none of this linux chm viewers does not display this documentation correctly. Usually I use xchm to read PHP, MySQL, Smarty documentation under Ubuntu but this one is totally broken.
    Under Win works very well.

  1. I have uploaded a new one, and I have tested it, this one works with kchmviewer (index does not work though).

    • krig
    • August 31st, 2008

    Yes, works with xchm. Index almost works too – opens proper article but does not follow to proper part. But it’s not a big problem.
    Thanks a lot.

    • solekhan
    • September 27th, 2008

    I use mandriva 2008, for viewing chm file and have tested chmsee, kchm. The viewers display this documentation correctly

  2. Is there a more current version of this chm file available?

  3. The pdf format was good. Must have worked hard on it.

  4. Great job, thanks for sharing the PDF, it’s great to print :)

  5. Nice…, I like it…, Have a nice Offline Revision of Django’s Documentaion. Both .chm and .pdf file format are Great…

  6. Good PDF, but the ‘tabs’ are nowhere to be seen. This is annoying when reading code. Maby you can fix it?

    Thank you!

    • Charles
    • February 7th, 2009

    What ‘tabs’ do you mean?

  7. Absolutely great ! Thx for CHM version. I’m really looking forward to a new version (1.1) :-D

  8. I’ve just checked out django svn trunk, the version is still 1.0 not 1.1 yet as I see it.

  9. Thanks for this contribution.

  10. Thanks a lot! Looking forward to 1.1 docs :)

  11. Please, please – version 1.1 – pleeease :-D

    Totally awesome in chm format!

    Thx a lot and also looking forward to v1.1

  12. Great job, thanks! This compilation is really useful. Could you please find time and resources to compile some updated help files for Django?

    • vaxXxa
    • October 16th, 2009

    Thanks… Need pdf version. Please…

    • Marco
    • January 10th, 2010

    Would you articulate how the CHM files are generated? I’d love to build daily versions off the trunk docs.

    • Simon
    • May 9th, 2010

    still loving it :) And now looking forward to CHM docs of Django 1.2 :-))

    Thanks again, Simon

    • Pete
    • May 12th, 2010

    @Simon: You can find the latest CHM version here:

    http://pagewizz.com/Django-1_2_RC1-Documentation-CHM-Windows-Help-Format-Download/

    Sincerely, Pete

    • Metin Amiroff
    • May 24th, 2010

    Hello everyone! I just compiled an updated PDF manual for Django 1.2
    You can read and download it here: http://www.scribd.com/doc/31510604/Django-1-2-PDF-Documentation-For-Offline-Reading

    • image72
    • August 11th, 2010

    how to fix django docs makefile script ?

    that script is error.

    some variable is not define in this script.

  13. very good.

    • Sardorbek Pulatov
    • February 28th, 2011

    Hi, never version could be found here http://blog.mnoman.pl/02/django-1-2-5-offline-documentation/

  14. Very good post. I am experiencing many of these issues as well..

  15. I see people still looking for offline docs here. There’s an up to date version always available at https://docs.djangoproject.com.

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