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pyup: Scheduled weekly dependency update for week 36 #6158

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Update virtualenv from 16.7.4 to 16.7.5.

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Update djangorestframework from 3.10.2 to 3.10.3.

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Update drf-flex-fields from 0.5.0 to 0.6.1.

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0.6.1

* Adds experimental support for automatically SQL query optimization via a `FlexFieldsFilterBackend`. Thanks ADR-007!
* Adds CircleCI config file. Thanks mikeIFTS! 
* Moves declaration of `expandable_fields` to `Meta` class on serialzer for consistency with DRF (will continue to support declaration as class property)
* Python 2 is no longer supported. If you need Python 2 support, you can continue to use older versions of this package.
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Update django-annoying from 0.10.4 to 0.10.5.

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humitos approved these changes Sep 9, 2019
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stsewd approved these changes Sep 9, 2019
@@ -17,7 +17,7 @@ Sphinx==1.8.5 # pyup: <2.0.0
# Filtering for the REST API
django-filter==2.2.0

drf-flex-fields==0.5.0
drf-flex-fields==0.6.1
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From the changelog

Moves declaration of expandable_fields to Meta class on serialzer for consistency with DRF (will continue to support declaration as class property)

We should update those fields, I'm creating a new issue to track that

@stsewd stsewd merged commit 01ef334 into master Sep 9, 2019
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@stsewd stsewd deleted the pyup/scheduled-update-2019-09-09 branch Sep 9, 2019
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