How did you attempt the reinstall? Since django_evolution has no version,
simply doing an easy_install -U django_evolution isn't enough. You'll have
to go in and delete your old copy in your Python's site-packages directory
and then install it.
I'm looking to work around this by stamping nightly builds of
Christian Hammond - chip...@chipx86.com
Review Board - http://www.review-board.org
VMware, Inc. - http://www.vmware.com
On Sun, Feb 22, 2009 at 7:07 PM, Mike <mcass...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I was using a 0.9 version of review board and installed it according
> to the instructions on GettingStarted. I downloaded the code using
> the "nightlies" repository. I want to preserve my old database of
> reviews so I copied (using cp) the reviewboard.sqlite file onto the
> freshly installed reviewboard.db.
> I then ran rb-site --upgrade /var/www/site and output:
> m...@debian:/var/www/site$ sudo rb-site upgrade /var/www/site/
> Rebuilding directory structure
> Updating database
> Creating table siteconfig_siteconfiguration
> Creating table changedescs_changedescription
> Creating table django_project_version
> Creating table django_evolution
> *** Migrating settings from settings_local.py to the database.
> *** If you have previously configured Review Board through a
> *** settings_local.py file, please ensure that the migration
> *** was successful by verifying your settings at
> *** http://192.168.0.101/admin/settings/
> Installing baseline version
> Evolutions in diffviewer baseline: add_parent_diffs
> Evolutions in reviews baseline: change_descriptions
> Evolutions in scmtools baseline: bugzilla_url_charfield
> Installing index for siteconfig.SiteConfiguration model
> Installing index for django_evolution.Evolution model
> Installing json fixture 'initial_data' from '/usr/lib/python2.5/site-
> Installed 6 object(s) from 1 fixture(s)
> No evolution required.
> Now when I site the site it works, but if I hit anything related to
> reviews I get (after settings debug to True in settings_local.py):
> OperationalError at /r/new/
> no such column: scmtools_repository.encoding
> I open reviewboard.db with sqlitebrowser I clearly see that the
> encoding column does not exist. When I view sqlitebrowser on the
> fresh install I see that encoding column does exist.
> There was a prior post suggesting that the user did not have django-
> evolution installed properly and I have tried reinstalling that which
> seemed to go right.
> Some how the column is not being migrated when I copy the old db over
> the new one. Suggestions? Thanks.
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