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django-multiupload

Dead simple drop-in multi file upload field for Django forms using HTML5's multiple attribute.

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Django Multiupload

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Dead simple drop-in multi file upload field for django forms using HTML5's multiple attribute.

Installation

  • Install the package using pip (or easy_install if you really have to)
$ pip install django-multiupload
  • Or directly from this repository to get the development version (if you're feeling adventurous)
$ pip install -e git+https://github.com/Chive/django-multiupload.git#egg=multiupload

Usage

Add the form field to your form and make sure to save the uploaded files in the form's save method.

For more detailed examples visit the examples section.

# forms.py
from django import forms
from multiupload.fields import MultiFileField, MultiMediaField, MultiImageField

class UploadForm(forms.Form):
    attachments = MultiFileField(min_num=1, max_num=3, max_file_size=1024*1024*5)

    # If you need to upload media files, you can use this:
    attachments = MultiMediaField(
        min_num=1,
        max_num=3,
        max_file_size=1024*1024*5,
        media_type='video'  # 'audio', 'video' or 'image'
    )

    # For images (requires Pillow for validation):
    attachments = MultiImageField(min_num=1, max_num=3, max_file_size=1024*1024*5)

The latter two options just add fancy attributes to HTML's <input>, restricting the scope to corresponding filetypes.

# models.py
from django.db import models

class Attachment(models.Model):
    file = models.FileField(upload_to='attachments')

# views.py
from django.views.generic.edit import FormView
from .forms import UploadForm
from .models import Attachment

class UploadView(FormView):
    template_name = 'form.html'
    form_class = UploadForm
    success_url = '/done/'

    def form_valid(self, form):
        for each in form.cleaned_data['attachments']:
            Attachment.objects.create(file=each)
        return super(UploadView, self).form_valid(form)

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