Trunk is still open for all 1.7 changes; 1.7 alpha is currently planned for
mid January, which is the cutoff point for major API changes; the beta a
month or so after that, which is the final cutoff for minor API changes.
On top of that - it looks like you're proposing a modification to the
I just started to work on Django 1.7 support for django-mssql and I don't
remember if it's too far along to get API changes in for the schema editor?
I've hit a few road blocks with the current implementation of
BaseSchemaEditor. I've only just started to get up to speed with the new
On Wed, Dec 18, 2013 at 12:57 PM, Harry Percival
> Django's test runner overrides your settings to force DEBUG to be True,
> which I understand the intention behind, but it is occasionally annoying.
> One solution for those cases is to use `override_settings`, but
I recall helping someone on #django with something similar to this, where
the documentation, logical expectations and actual code went in rather
There was a condition where despite the setting being observed at one
layer, a lower layer then went and ignored it anyway... will
On Thu, Dec 19, 2013 at 7:36 PM, Harry Percival wrote:
> Thanks gang.
> @Russell, I assume you meant set MEDIA_URL = "/media/"
Heh. Now we're even on really dumb typos :-)
> That works if I do it in settings.py. Interestingly, it doesn't work if I
> try and do it
On Thursday 19 December 2013 05:25:11 Yonel Ceruto González wrote:
> Forgive me if at some point was arrogant, it was not my intention to impose
> my judgment or criticize, for me, the best framework that exists. Maybe I
> was not regarded with good intentions and therefore I believe the
Forgive me if at some point was arrogant, it was not my intention to impose
my judgment or criticize, for me, the best framework that exists. Maybe I
was not regarded with good intentions and therefore I believe the answers
were focused to dodge my proposal.Most likely I knew not express well,
@Russell, I assume you meant set MEDIA_URL = "/media/"
That works if I do it in settings.py. Interestingly, it doesn't work if I
try and do it via override_settings?
On Thursday, 19 December 2013 08:16:59 UTC, Aymeric Augustin wrote:
> On 19 déc. 2013, at 02:14, Russell
On 19 déc. 2013, at 02:14, Russell Keith-Magee wrote:
> The upside - If you add MEDIA_ROOT='/media/' to settings.py, the problem goes
> away, because it gives the media layer something to match against that won't
> catch all files.
I hit that issue a month ago and