# django-current-user

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django-current-user enables tracking of the user who last modified or created a model intance

A model with a CurrentUserField is automatically populated with the current user when an instance is saved. A model with a CreateUserField is automatically populated with the current user when an instance is created.

It has been tested to work in django 1.1.X.

## Install

Download the tar.gz, extract it and run the following inside the directory:
python setup.py install

## Basic usage

MIDDLEWARE_CLASSES = (
'current_user.middleware.CurrentUserMiddleware',
'current_user.middleware.CreateUserMiddleware',
)


INSTALLED_APPS = (
'current_user',
.
.
)


class ExampleModel(models.Model):

foo = models.IntegerField()
last_user = CurrentUserField(related_name="+")
created_by = CreateUserField(related_name="+")


## Tests

To run the tests run the current_user/tests/runtests.py script

src/current_user/tests/runtests.py

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