Just run: 
  $ python setup.py install

     1. First, you must add the 'djangocrudgenerator' application into the settings file:
    2. Supposing that you have created an application named 'yourwebapp', add the following
       to the project urlconf file (urls.py):
        urlpatterns = patterns('',
            url(r'^yourwebapp/', include('yourwebapp.urls',namespace="yourwebapp")),
       Is also necessary  include the templates directory of your application in the settings file:
    3. Add an example model to the 'yourwebapp' app:
        class YourModel(models.Model):
            def __str__(self):
                return self.name
      and then syncronize your database (syncdb, south, evolution...).
    4. Right now, you could use the crud generator. For example, if you want generate a CRUD for
      the 'YourModel' model, you must run the following command:
        $ python manage.py crudgen yourwebapp YourModel
    5. To test the generated CRUD, first you must run the django development server:
        $ python manage.py runserver
      and then, go to http://localhost:8000/yourwebapp/yourmodel/list/page1/ in your web browser.
      Ejoy your autogenerated CRUD.

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