This commit: 877547f has broken debug toolbar for my projects, this commit: 8059454 fixes the issue but has not been released.
Seems that a new release is in order any way, since the last release has happend quite some time ago: 1264b23
A New release is necessary for django 1.4 cache panel support.
Any e.t.a? Django 1.5 is about to be released and the last official release of django-debug-toolbar is nearly a year old. Not sure who owns the project on PyPI @dcramer, @jezdez or @robhudson?
Yeah, I'm up for a release but don't have PyPI permissions. @robhudson?
Just a reminder that somebody should poke @robhudson
With Django 1.5 out I can put some time in on this. And I'll have time at pycon :)
What's the current state of this ticket? Is there a fix? Is it released?
There have been no pypi release for more than a year. I know people can install the package manually or via pip from github, but that's just a temporary workaround.
Hi all, we're aware of the long release time but found it important to ship a Django 1.5 and Python 3 compatible version -- both of which are almost there. Sit tight, everyone.
Could you perhaps reconsider holding the release? We now have Django 1.6 beta, @jezdez knows best that release is going to be here soon.
@jezdez @robhudson any updates? or any way i can help to make this happen?
Yes, making a release is a good idea, and yes, the maintainers know that. However, lists of +1 don't help getting there in practice. See the discussion on #405 for more information and thanks for your understanding.