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=============================================================================== Simple Migrations v1.0 =============================================================================== "Simple Migrations" ideally should keep the migration process simple and not try to do too many things for you. I don't think that it's too much to ask that you know how to write SQL or be able to do data manipulation. I try to use as much of Django's builtins as possible to avoid any issues across databases but just to be clear my main purpose right now is to get it to work with PostgreSQL, any compatibility with other databases at this point is purely coincidental. -- Ricardo Chimal, Jr. =============================================================================== Install =============================================================================== 1) Copy the simplemigrations directory in to your python path. In Debian this is in /usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/simplemigrations. I'll eventually get around to making using setuptools or something else to make this bit easier. 2) Add 'simplemigrations' to your INSTALLED_APPS in your Django project's settings.py file. 3) Create a directory in your Django project and set MIGRATION_DIRECTORY to it in your settings.py file. i.e. MIGRATION_DIRECTORY = '/myproject/schemachanges' 4) Create the database table for simplemigrations. You can do this by just running: ./manage.py syncdb or manually creating the table schema generated from: ./manage.py sqlall simplemigrations =============================================================================== Usage =============================================================================== You can see the list of commands available by running: ./manage.py migration Currently the list of commands are: ./manage.py migration create [name] # Create new migration ./manage.py migration run # Run migrations ./manage.py migration redo # Redo last migration ./manage.py migration undo # Undo last migration