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Serving null files

Author:
ludvig.ericson
Posted:
February 27, 2007
Language:
Python
Version:
Pre .96
Score:
0 (after 2 ratings)

Sometimes you have to serve null files. This quick hacky generic view lets you do that. The best example of that is robots.txt, I want my robots.txt to always be empty, at least for now.

The other example would be favicon.ico, but that's more often used to actually fill a purpose.

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nullFile = lambda r: HttpResponse()

# As you might've figured out, you use it in urls.py with:
# (r'myRegex', 'some.module.nullFile'),

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