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Django-Livesettings is a project split from the `Satchmo Project`_. It provides the ability to configure settings via an admin interface, rather than by editing :file:`settings.py`. In addition, livesettings allows you to set sane defaults so that your site can be perfectly functional without any changes. Livesettings uses caching to make sure this has minimal impact on your site's performance.
+Finally, if you wish to lock down your site and disable the settings, you can export your livesettings and store them in your :file:`settings.py`. This allows you have flexibility in deciding how various users interact with your app.
Livesettings has been used for many years in the satchmo project and is considered stable and production ready.
-Permissions for insert, delete or permission for longsetting are ignored and only the above-mentioned permission is applied for all.
You can now see the results of your work by running the dev server and going to `settings <http://127.0.0.1:8000/settings/>`_ ::
+In order to give non-superusers access to the settings, make sure to use the django user permission admin screen to give the desired user the *livesettings|setting|Can change settting*.
+Permissions for insert, delete or permission for longsetting are ignored and only the above-mentioned permission is used.
+Settings can be exported by the `http://127.0.0.1:8000/settings/export/ <http://127.0.0.1:8000/settings/export/>`_ . After exporting the file, the entire
+output can be manually copied and pasted to :file:`settings.py`. If you restrict DB access to the settings, all of the livesettings_* tables