My team and I have built a Django app, that we need to distribute to other internals teams for testing. A traditional Django application consists of the following project structure -
The code is inside
djangoproject, which I'd like to password-protect. However, all the softwares that I've seen so far hide the folders, which then can be made visible only through that software itself. Once the folder is hidden, Django can't run the application anymore because it can't see the folders and the code inside them.
What I'd like is, for both the folders to be placed under password protection, but still be visible. For example, to open and see the contents of the folder, you'll have to enter a password, but the folders are still visible for the Django app to work.