Before installing django-ttag, you’ll obviously need to have copy of Django installed. For the 3.0 release, Django 1.1 is required.

Installing django-ttag

The easiest way is to use an automatic package-installation tools like pip.

Simply type:

pip install django-ttag

Manual installation

If you prefer not to use an automated package installer, you can download a copy of django-ttag and install it manually. The latest release package can be downloaded from django-ttag’s listing on the Python Package Index.

Once you’ve downloaded the package, unpack it and run the installation script:

python install

Configuring your project

There is nothing you need to do to configure django-ttag with your Django project. Once it’s installed, just start using it!

If, however you would like to run the standard django-ttag tests as part of your project tests then you can. In your project’s settings module, add django-ttag to your INSTALLED_APPS setting: