Before installing django-ttag, you’ll obviously need to have copy of Django installed. For the 3.0 release, Django 1.1 is required.
The easiest way is to use an automatic package-installation tools like pip.
pip install django-ttag
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
python setup.py 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 = ( ... 'ttag', )