django-recaptcha-works Development Web Site¶
django-recaptcha-works provides a Django form field that integrates the
reCaptcha service. It is released under the terms of the BSD License.
This reCaptcha implementation has no extra requirements other than Django.
The app is based on the code snippet #1644 as published by Chris Beaven (aka SmileyChris) on:
The original code has been further modified by George Notaras in order to implement the following:
- transform the snippet to a Django application release
- add SSL support for both the captcha presentation and the communication with the reCaptcha servers
- migration to the Google-hosted reCaptcha API
- extension of the available application settings
- addition of a decorator that adds the remote IP to the submitted form
Project Development Web Site:
Public Source Code Repository: * https://bitbucket.org/gnotaras/django-recaptcha-works
The official releases are made available at:
How this distribution package is organized¶
The following list outlines the kind of information each of the files of this distribution package contains:
- AUTHORS : List of all authors and contributors.
- BUGS : Information about how to file bug reports or ask for new features.
- HELP : Instructions on how to use this software.
- INSTALL : Information on how to install this application.
- LICENSE : The terms of the license that governs your use of this software.
- NOTICE : Copyright, trademark, attribution and sponsorship information.
- SUPPORT : Information on how to get support for this software.
- README : This file.
How to read the HELP document¶
The HELP document is written in reStructuredText (rst). Although reStructuredText is an easy-to-read plain text markup format, it is recommended to convert it to HTML for a better reading experience.
In order to convert this document to HTML you need `docutils`, which you can install in your system using `pip`::
pip install docutils
Once `docutils` is installed, you can use the `rst2html.py` utility to
perform the conversion:
rst2html.py HELP help.html
Then use any web browser to view the exported `help.html` file.
Licensed under the BSD License.
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification,
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