On 29/07/16 21:16, Pablo Castellano wrote:
I just wanted to share with you that some weeks ago I migrated
alterchef source code from Django 1.4 to Django 1.9.
Oye Pablo! Million thanks!
sorry for not giving a public reply in proper time,
but just wanted to say this unexpected contribution was really valued!
we have long overdue setting up a new chef for libremesh, so with your
code now I'm planning to do it. will let you know
in particular, +1 to git, the mercurial repo is legacy from 2012
Requirements are almost the same but: - South is not a requirement
anymore since Django ships its own migration mechanism for a while
now. - Django-jsonfield now replaces the implementation of JSONField
These changes are available in my django1.9 branch in GitHub. Since I
don't know about the current VCS you are using (Mercurial) I
preferred to migrate first to Git and then work. Feel free to merge
them (but please respect authorship). I also encourage you to change
Main repo: https://colectivo.altermundi.net/projects/chef
I also started migrating the code to Python 3 while keeping
compatibility with Python 2 but it turned out to be more tedious than
expected and I stopped it. I think the best is just migrating to
Python 3 without keeping compatibility.
Regards, Pablo. _______________________________________________ users
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