Re: Django Models

2019-08-08 Thread RAVVE MAALIE
Actually you can refer to one to many relation model. Its like one user has multiple address Or One adress has multiple users. In models file. You can make changes. Like For 1 user multiple address Eg: Class User(models.Model): User_name= models.Charfield() Class

Django Models

2019-08-08 Thread göktürk sığırtmaç
Hi, I'm developing app with django. I have users module. My database schema users table and address table. Address table have foreign key from users table. Now how can compose app architecture? Should i new module as address and i should put address model etc. or Should i write address table in

Re: Display labels for autocomplete fields

2019-08-08 Thread Janez Kranjc
I have also come across the need for this and would be willing to work on a pull request for this feature. On Wednesday, August 7, 2019 at 3:43:43 AM UTC+2, bjw wrote: > > At present the admin autocomplete docs mention > `ModelAdmin.autocomplete_fields` and > `ModelAdmin.search_fields` which

Re: Make Development More Accessible

2019-08-08 Thread William Vincent
I think the way Rails does it, aka with well-done newcomers guide (https://edgeguides.rubyonrails.org/contributing_to_ruby_on_rails.html) is worth looking at, as Carlton notes. A bit more streamlined than the current Django How To Contribute Guides. Incidentally, Carlton and I will be having a

Re: Make Development More Accessible

2019-08-08 Thread Tim Graham
Although I'm not engaged too much with Django development now, a big drawback of moving to GitHub issues for me would be that I could no longer do a Google search like "something something site:code.djangoproject.com". I could pretty much always find the ticket I was looking for that way.

Re: Ideas for a new DEP on long-term Django API compatibility

2019-08-08 Thread Adam Johnson
Pascal, I have had a short reply sitting in draft status for a while but not found the energy to read all of your posts. I'd just like to chime in and echo the sentiment from Aymeric, Florian, Luke, and Tim. I worked with Django for nearly 5 years before being accepted onto the core team. One

Summary Re: Migrations: A bug or a feature needing documentation?

2019-08-08 Thread Barry Johnson
On Monday, August 5, 2019 at 4:55:24 PM UTC-5, Barry Johnson wrote: > > [ TL;DR: A migration may use a “replaces” list pointing to migrations that > don’t actually exist. This undocumented technique cleanly solves a > recurring difficult migration problem. We seek consensus on whether this

Re: Ignoring accept_language in localization middleware based on prefixed URL patterns

2019-08-08 Thread Janez Kranjc
So regarding the implementation my proposal is this: instead of checking if a prefixed url pattern exists, resolve the current request path to a pattern and check if it is i18n prefixed any idea how much of a performance hit that would be? Because right now we're accessing a cached variable,

Re: Migrations: A bug or a feature needing documentation?

2019-08-08 Thread Barry Johnson
On Wednesday, August 7, 2019 at 9:22:27 PM UTC-5, Markus Holtermann wrote: > > Let's look at the last question first, regarding duplicate entries in the > django_migrations table: Yes, this is to be a bug. At least how it's > currently used. > Agreed. > Let's say you have migration

Re: Migrations: A bug or a feature needing documentation?

2019-08-08 Thread Barry Johnson
On Wednesday, August 7, 2019 at 2:17:45 PM UTC-5, Adam Johnson wrote: > > Some questions: Have you looked into the migration framework internals? > Are there any comments around "replaces" that indicate this behaviour? And > is there maybe a way of hooking into the migration planner, or adding

Re: Expand the Scope of Pluggable Secret Keys Ticket

2019-08-08 Thread Adam Johnson
This should be a separate ticket. I'm not sure what you need for DB credential rotation - this can already be done by creating a second user in your database, then changing Django's config to use the new one, then deleting the old one. On Thu, 8 Aug 2019 at 02:43, John Gooding wrote: > Would

Re: Expand the Scope of Pluggable Secret Keys Ticket

2019-08-08 Thread Carlton Gibson
Hi John, I'm inclined towards "separate thing all together". Maybe they're all related but the bigger a ticket gets the less chance it has of actually appearing... > ... DB credentials... Let's say you put those in environment variables... Don't you just relaunch with a new environment to

Re: Make Development More Accessible

2019-08-08 Thread Carlton Gibson
Just on this point: > I agree with Andrew Godwins statement on Django loosing many contributors over the years and being in largely maintenance mode. First, I'm not sure Andrew actually said this. Rather I think he reported is a point raised. However... I hear this kind of thing said. It