Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Global generic files? Best practice(s)?


I was going to start a "global" app for a generic "helpers.py" file; I
plan on using this code in multiple apps.

Question: Is creating a generic app a standard approach to storing
"global" code?


If the answer to the above question is "yes":

What's your preferred approach to handling generic/global code?

When using a "global" app how do you package apps that have files that
are not inside app structure? Would you change re-factor/re-arrange
your code/files or would you include the "global" app in your



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