why do settings exist in code (settings.py) and not in a (potentially remote) XML config file?
|Reported by:||eetheband@…||Owned by:||adrian|
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After playing around with Django quite a bit (and loving it for the most part), and talking with a fellow developer friend who also gave it a whirl - we both a agreed that having settings inside actual code was really inconvenient (and bad design for the most part). Why is it like this? Why not put these 'settings' in an xml file, that can then be placed outside your build directory, for easy maintainability and reusability? -Thanks for your work.