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Revision 1.53 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Wed Oct 2 07:45:42 2019 UTC (13 days, 8 hours ago) by adam
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py-peewee: updated to 3.11.2 3.11.2 * Implement `hash` interface for `Alias` instances, allowing them to be used in multi-source queries. 3.11.1 * Fix bug in new `_pk` / `get_id()` implementation for models that explicitly have disabled a primary-key. 3.11.0 * Fixes 1991. This particular issue involves joining 3 models together in a chain, where the outer two models are empty. Previously peewee would make the middle model an empty model instance (since a link might be needed from the source model to the outermost model). But since both were empty, it is more correct to make the intervening model a NULL value on the foreign-key field rather than an empty instance. * An unrelated fix came out of the work on 1991 where hashing a model whose primary-key happened to be a foreign-key could trigger the FK resolution query. This patch fixes the `Model._pk` and `get_id()` interfaces so they no longer introduce the possibility of accidentally resolving the FK. * Allow `Field.contains()`, `startswith()` and `endswith()` to compare against another column-like object or expression. * Workaround for MySQL prior to 8 and MariaDB handling of union queries inside of parenthesized expressions (like IN). * Be more permissive in letting invalid values be stored in a field whose type is INTEGER or REAL, since Sqlite allows this. * `TimestampField` resolution cleanup. Now values 0 *and* 1 will resolve to a timestamp resolution of 1 second. Values 2-6 specify the number of decimal places (hundredths to microsecond), or alternatively the resolution can still be provided as a power of 10, e.g. 10, 1000 (millisecond), 1e6 (microsecond). * When self-referential foreign-keys are inherited, the foreign-key on the subclass will also be self-referential (rather than pointing to the parent model). * Add TSV import/export option to the `dataset` extension. * Add item interface to the `dataset.Table` class for doing primary-key lookup, assignment, or deletion. * Extend the mysql `ReconnectMixin` helper to work with mysql-connector. * Fix mapping of double-precision float in postgres schema reflection. Previously it mapped to single-precision, now it correctly uses a double. * Fix issue where `PostgresqlExtDatabase` and `MySQLConnectorDatabase` did not respect the `autoconnect` setting.
Revision 1.52 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Mon Aug 5 07:56:42 2019 UTC (2 months, 1 week ago) by adam
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py-peewee: updated to 3.10.0 3.10.0 Add a helper to playhouse.mysql_ext for creating Match full-text search expressions. Added date-part properties to TimestampField for accessing the year, month, day, etc., within a SQL expression. Added to_timestamp() helper for DateField and DateTimeField that produces an expression returning a unix timestamp. Add autoconnect parameter to Database classes. This parameter defaults to True and is compatible with previous versions of Peewee, in which executing a query on a closed database would open a connection automatically. To make it easier to catch inconsistent use of the database connection, this behavior can now be disabled by specifying autoconnect=False, making an explicit call to Database.connect() needed before executing a query. Added database-agnostic interface for obtaining a random value. Allow isolation_level to be specified when initializing a Postgres db. Allow hybrid properties to be used on model aliases. Support aggregates with FILTER predicates on the latest Sqlite. Changes ------- More aggressively slot row values into the appropriate field when building objects from the database cursor (rather than using whatever cursor.description tells us, which is buggy in older Sqlite). Be more permissive in what we accept in the insert_many() and insert() methods. When implicitly joining a model with multiple foreign-keys, choose the foreign-key whose name matches that of the related model. Previously, this would have raised a ValueError stating that multiple FKs existed. Improved date truncation logic for Sqlite and MySQL to make more compatible with Postgres' date_trunc() behavior. Previously, truncating a datetime to month resolution would return '2019-08' for example. As of 3.10.0, the Sqlite and MySQL date_trunc implementation returns a full datetime, e.g. '2019-08-01 00:00:00'. Apply slightly different logic for casting JSON values with Postgres. Previously, Peewee just wrapped the value in the psycopg2 Json() helper. In this version, Peewee now dumps the json to a string and applies an explicit cast to the underlying JSON data-type (e.g. json or jsonb). Bug fixes --------- Save hooks can now be called for models without a primary key. Fixed bug in the conversion of Python values to JSON when using Postgres. Fix for differentiating empty values from NULL values in model_to_dict. Fixed a bug referencing primary-key values that required some kind of conversion (e.g., a UUID). Add small jitter to the pool connection timestamp to avoid issues when multiple connections are checked-out at the same exact time.
Revision 1.51 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Mon Jun 10 07:36:14 2019 UTC (4 months ago) by adam
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py-peewee: updated to 3.9.6 3.9.6 Support nesting the Database instance as a context-manager. The outermost block will handle opening and closing the connection along with wrapping everything in a transaction. Nested blocks will use savepoints. Add new session_start(), session_commit() and session_rollback() interfaces to the Database object to support using transactional controls in situations where a context-manager or decorator is awkward. Fix error that would arise when attempting to do an empty bulk-insert. Set isolation_level=None in SQLite connection constructor rather than afterwards using the setter. Add create_table() method to Select query to implement CREATE TABLE AS. Cleanup some declarations in the Sqlite C extension. Add new example showing how to implement Reddit's ranking algorithm in SQL.
Revision 1.50 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Sat Apr 27 09:33:07 2019 UTC (5 months, 2 weeks ago) by adam
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py-peewee: updated to 3.9.5 3.9.5 * Added small helper for setting timezone when using Postgres. * Improved SQL generation for `VALUES` clause. * Support passing resolution to `TimestampField` as a power-of-10. * Small improvements to `INSERT` queries when the primary-key is not an auto-incrementing integer, but is generated by the database server (eg uuid). * Cleanups to virtual table implementation and python-to-sqlite value conversions. * Fixed bug related to binding previously-unbound models to a database using a context manager.
Revision 1.49 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Mon Apr 15 07:03:50 2019 UTC (6 months ago) by adam
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py-peewee: updated to 3.9.4 3.9.4: * Add Model.bulk_update() method for bulk-updating fields across multiple model instances. * Add lazy_load parameter to ForeignKeyField. When initialized with lazy_load=False, the foreign-key will not use an additional query to resolve the related model instance. Instead, if the related model instance is not available, the underlying FK column value is returned (behaving like the "_id" descriptor). * Added Model.truncate_table() method. * The reflection and pwiz extensions now attempt to be smarter about converting database table and column names into snake-case. To disable this, you can set snake_case=False when calling the Introspector.introspect() method or use the -L (legacy naming) option with the pwiz script. * Bulk insert via insert_many() no longer require specification of the fields argument when the inserted rows are lists/tuples. In that case, the fields will be inferred to be all model fields except any auto-increment id. * Add DatabaseProxy, which implements several of the Database class context managers. This allows you to reference some of the special features of the database object without directly needing to initialize the proxy first. * Add support for window function frame exclusion and added built-in support for the GROUPS frame type. * Add support for chaining window functions by extending a previously-declared window function. * Playhouse Postgresql extension TSVectorField.match() method supports an additional argument plain, which can be used to control the parsing of the TS query. * Added very minimal JSONField to the playhouse MySQL extension.
Revision 1.48 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Sun Mar 24 10:39:47 2019 UTC (6 months, 3 weeks ago) by adam
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py-peewee: updated to 3.9.3 3.9.3 * Added cross-database support for NULLS FIRST/LAST when specifying the ordering for a query. Previously this was only supported for Postgres. Peewee will now generate an equivalent CASE statement for Sqlite and MySQL. * Added [EXCLUDED](http://docs.peewee-orm.com/en/latest/peewee/api.html#EXCLUDED) helper for referring to the EXCLUDED namespace used with INSERT...ON CONFLICT queries, when referencing values in the conflicting row data. * Added helper method to the model Metadata class for setting the table name at run-time. Setting the Model._meta.table_name directly may have appeared to work in some situations, but could lead to subtle bugs. The new API is Model._meta.set_table_name(). * Enhanced helpers for working with Peewee interactively, [see doc](http://docs.peewee-orm.com/en/latest/peewee/interactive.html). * Fix cache invalidation bug in DataSet that was originally reported on the sqlite-web project. * New example script implementing a [hexastore]
Revision 1.47 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Wed Mar 6 18:36:13 2019 UTC (7 months, 1 week ago) by adam
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py-peewee: updated to 3.9.2 3.9.2: This release contains a fix for a test that was failing when 3.9.1 was tagged and released. 3.9.1: Includes a bugfix for an AttributeError that occurs when using MySQL with the MySQLdb client.
Revision 1.46 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Wed Mar 6 08:37:57 2019 UTC (7 months, 1 week ago) by adam
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py-peewee: updated to 3.9.0 3.9.0: New and improved stuff Added new document describing how to use peewee interactively. Added convenience functions for generating model classes from a pre-existing database, printing model definitions and printing CREATE TABLE sql for a model. See the "use peewee interactively" section for details. Added a __str__ implementation to all Query subclasses which converts the query to a string and interpolates the parameters. Improvements to sqlite_ext.JSONField regarding the serialization of data, as well as the addition of options to override the JSON serialization and de-serialization functions. Added index_type parameter to Field Added DatabaseProxy, which allows one to use database-specific decorators with an uninitialized Proxy object. Added support for INSERT ... ON CONFLICT when the conflict target is a partial index (e.g., contains a WHERE clause). The OnConflict and on_conflict() APIs now take an additional conflict_where parameter to represent the WHERE clause of the partial index in question. Enhanced the playhouse.kv extension to use efficient upsert for all database engines. Previously upsert was only supported for sqlite and mysql. Re-added the orwhere() query filtering method, which will append the given expressions using OR instead of AND. Added some new examples to the examples/ directory Added select_from() API for wrapping a query and selecting one or more columns from the wrapped subquery. Docs. Added documentation on using row values. Removed the (defunct) "speedups" C extension, which as of 3.8.2 only contained a barely-faster function for quoting entities. Bugfixes Fix bug in SQL generation when there was a subquery that used a common table expressions. Enhanced prefetch() and fixed bug that could occur when mixing self-referential foreign-keys and model aliases. MariaDB 10.3.3 introduces backwards-incompatible changes to the SQL used for upsert. Peewee now introspects the MySQL server version at connection time to ensure proper handling of version-specific features. Fixed bug where TimestampField would treat zero values as None when reading from the database.
Revision 1.45 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Fri Jan 18 08:04:45 2019 UTC (8 months, 3 weeks ago) by adam
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py-peewee: updated to 3.8.2 3.8.2 Backwards-incompatible changes The default row-type for INSERT queries executed with a non-default RETURNING clause has changed from tuple to Model instances. This makes INSERT behavior consistent with UPDATE and DELETE queries that specify a RETURNING clause. To revert back to the old behavior, just append a call to .tuples() to your INSERT ... RETURNING query. Removing support for the table_alias model Meta option. Previously, this attribute could be used to specify a "vanity" alias for a model class in the generated SQL. As a result of some changes to support more robust UPDATE and DELETE queries, supporting this feature will require some re-working. As of the 3.8.0 release, it was broken and resulted in incorrect SQL for UPDATE queries, so now it is removed. New features Added playhouse.shortcuts.ReconnectMixin, which can be used to implement automatic reconnect under certain error conditions (notably the MySQL error 2006 - server has gone away). Bugfixes Fix SQL generation bug when using an inline window function in the ORDER BY clause of a query. Fix possible zero-division in user-defined implementation of BM25 ranking algorithm for SQLite full-text search.
Revision 1.44 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Tue Jan 8 08:37:59 2019 UTC (9 months ago) by adam
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py-peewee: updated to 3.8.1 3.8.1 New features Sqlite SearchField now supports the match() operator, allowing full-text search to be performed on a single column (as opposed to the whole table). Changes Remove minimum passphrase restrictions in SQLCipher integration. Bugfixes Support inheritance of ManyToManyField instances. Ensure operator overloads are invoked when generating filter expressions. Fix incorrect scoring in Sqlite BM25, BM25f and Lucene ranking algorithms. Support string field-names in data dictionary when performing an ON CONFLICT ... UPDATE query, which allows field-specific conversions to be applied.
Revision 1.43 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Tue Dec 18 11:48:33 2018 UTC (9 months, 3 weeks ago) by adam
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py-peewee: updated to 3.8.0 3.8.0 **New features** * Postgres BinaryJSONField now supports has_key(), concat() and remove() methods (though remove may require pg10+). * Add python_value() method to the SQL-function helper fn, to allow specifying a custom function for mapping database values to Python values. **Changes** * Better support for UPDATE ... FROM queries, and more generally, more robust support for UPDATE and RETURNING clauses. This means that the QualifiedNames helper is no longer needed for certain types of queries. * The SqlCipherDatabase no longer accepts a kdf_iter parameter. To configure the various SQLCipher encryption settings, specify the setting values as pragmas when initializing the database. * Introspection will now, by default, only strip "_id" from introspected column names if those columns are foreign-keys. * Allow UUIDField and BinaryUUIDField to accept hexadecimal UUID strings as well as raw binary UUID bytestrings (in addition to UUID instances, which are already supported). * Allow ForeignKeyField to be created without an index. * Allow multiple calls to cast() to be chained. * Add logic to ensure foreign-key constraint names that exceed 64 characters are truncated using the same logic as is currently in place for long indexes. * ManyToManyField supports foreign-keys to fields other than primary-keys. * When linked against SQLite 3.26 or newer, support SQLITE_CONSTRAINT to designate invalid queries against virtual tables. * SQL-generation changes to aid in supporting using queries within expressions following the SELECT statement. **Bugfixes** * Fixed bug in order_by_extend(), thanks @nhatHero. * Fixed bug where the DataSet CSV import/export did not support non-ASCII characters in Python 3.x. * Fixed bug where model_to_dict would attempt to traverse explicitly disabled foreign-key backrefs. * Fixed bug when attempting to migrate SQLite tables that have a field whose column-name begins with "primary_". * Fixed bug with inheriting deferred foreign-keys.
Revision 1.42 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Fri Oct 26 11:57:01 2018 UTC (11 months, 2 weeks ago) by jperkin
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py-peewee: Find libsqlite3 correctly.
Revision 1.41 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Sun Oct 7 08:42:24 2018 UTC (12 months, 1 week ago) by adam
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py-peewee: updated to 3.7.1 3.7.1: New features * Added table_settings model Meta option, which should be a list of strings specifying additional options for CREATE TABLE, which are placed *after* the closing parentheses. * Allow specification of on_update and on_delete behavior for many-to-many relationships when using ManyToManyField. Bugfixes * Fixed incorrect SQL generation for Postgresql ON CONFLICT clause when the conflict_target is a named constraint (rather than an index expression). This introduces a new keyword-argument to the on_conflict() method: conflict_constraint, which is currently only supported by Postgresql. * Fixed incorrect SQL for sub-selects used on the right side of IN expressions. Previously the query would be assigned an alias, even though an alias was not needed. * Fixed incorrect SQL generation for Model indexes which contain SQL functions as indexed columns. * Fixed bug in the generation of special queries used to perform operations on SQLite FTS5 virtual tables. * Allow frozenset to be correctly parameterized as a list of values. * Allow multi-value INSERT queries to specify columns as a list of strings. * Support CROSS JOIN for model select queries.
Revision 1.40 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Fri Sep 7 09:01:09 2018 UTC (13 months, 1 week ago) by adam
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py-peewee: updated to 3.7.0 3.7.0: Backwards-incompatible changes * Pool database close_all() method renamed to close_idle() to better reflect the actual behavior. * Databases will now raise InterfaceError when connect() or close() are called on an uninitialized, deferred database object. New features * Add methods to the migrations extension to support adding and dropping table constraints. * Add Model.bulk_create() method for bulk-inserting unsaved model instances. * Add close_stale() method to the connection pool to support closing stale connections. * The FlaskDB class in playhouse.flask_utils now accepts a model_class parameter, which can be used to specify a custom base-class for models. Bugfixes * Parentheses were not added to subqueries used in function calls with more than one argument. * Fixed bug when attempting to serialize many-to-many fields which were created initially with a DeferredThroughModel. * Fixed bug when using the Postgres ArrayField with an array of BlobField. * Allow Proxy databases to be used as a context-manager. * Fixed bug where the APSW driver was referring to the SQLite version from the standard library sqlite3 driver, rather than from apsw. * Reflection library attempts to wrap server-side column defaults in quotation marks if the column data-type is text/varchar. * Missing import in migrations library, which would cause errors when attempting to add indexes whose name exceeded 64 chars. * When using the Postgres connection pool, ensure any open/pending transactions are rolled-back when the connection is recycled. * Even *more* changes to the setup.py script. In this case I've added a helper function which will reliably determine if the SQLite3 extensions can be built. This follows the approach taken by the Python YAML package.
Revision 1.39 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Fri Jul 20 09:38:49 2018 UTC (14 months, 3 weeks ago) by adam
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py-peewee: updated to 3.6.4 3.6.4: Take a whole new approach, following what simplejson does. Allow the build_ext command class to fail, and retry without extensions in the event we run into issues building extensions. 3.6.3: Add check in setup.py to determine if a C compiler is available before building C extensions. 3.6.2: Use ctypes.util.find_library to determine if libsqlite3 is installed. Should fix problems people are encountering installing when SQLite3 is not available. 3.6.1: Fixed issue with setup script. 3.6.0: * Support for Python 3.7, including bugfixes related to new StopIteration handling inside of generators. * Support for specifying ROWS or RANGE window frame types. * Add APIs for user-defined window functions if using [pysqlite3](https://github.com/coleifer/pysqlite3) and sqlite 3.25.0 or newer. * TimestampField now uses 64-bit integer data-type for storage. * Added support to pwiz and playhouse.reflection to enable generating models from VIEWs. * Added lower-level database API for introspecting VIEWs. * Revamped continuous integration setup for better coverage, including 3.7 and 3.8-dev. * Allow building C extensions even if Cython is not installed, by distributing pre-generated C source files. * Switch to using setuptools for packaging.
Revision 1.38 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Wed Jul 4 03:56:46 2018 UTC (15 months, 1 week ago) by adam
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py-peewee: updated to 3.5.2 3.5.2: New guide to using window functions in Peewee. New and improved table name auto-generation. This feature is not backwards compatible, so it is disabled by default. To enable, set legacy_table_names=False in your model's Meta options. For more details, see table names documentation. Allow passing single fields/columns to window function order_by and partition_by arguments. Support for FILTER (WHERE...) clauses with window functions and aggregates. Added IdentityField class suitable for use with Postgres 10's new identity column type. It can be used anywhere AutoField or BigAutoField was being used previously. Fixed bug creating indexes on tables that are in attached databases (SQLite). Fixed obscure bug when using prefetch() and ModelAlias to populate a back-reference related model. 3.5.1: New features ------------ New documentation for working with relationships in Peewee. Improved tests and documentation for MySQL upsert functionality. Allow database parameter to be specified with ModelSelect.get() method. Add QualifiedNames helper to peewee module exports. Add temporary= meta option to support temporary tables. Allow a Database object to be passed to constructor of DataSet helper. Bug fixes --------- Fixed edge-case where attempting to alias a field to it's underlying column-name (when different), Peewee would not respect the alias and use the field name instead. Raise a ValueError when joining and aliasing the join to a foreign-key's object_id_name descriptor. Should prevent accidentally introducing O(n) queries or silently ignoring data from a joined-instance. Fixed bug for MySQL when creating a foreign-key to a model which used the BigAutoField for it's primary-key. Fixed bugs in the implementation of user-defined aggregates and extensions with the APSW SQLite driver. Fixed regression introduced in 3.5.0 which ignored custom Model __repr__(). Fixed regression from 2.x in which inserting from a query using a SQL() was no longer working.
Revision 1.37 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Mon Jun 4 10:20:01 2018 UTC (16 months, 1 week ago) by fhajny
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databases/py-peewee: Update to 3.5.0. Backwards-incompatible changes - Custom Model repr no longer use the convention of overriding __unicode__, and now use __str__. - Redesigned the sqlite json1 integration and changed some of the APIs and semantics of various JSONField methods. New features - Better default repr for model classes and fields. - ForeignKeyField() accepts a new initialization parameter, deferrable, for specifying when constraints should be enforced. - BitField.flag() can be called without a value parameter for the common use-case of using flags that are powers-of-2. - SqliteDatabase pragmas can be specified as a dict (previously required a list of 2-tuples). - SQLite TableFunction (docs) will print Python exception tracebacks raised in the initialize and iterate callbacks, making debugging significantly easier. Bug fixes - Fixed bug in migrator.add_column() where, if the field being added declared a non-standard index type (e.g., binary json field with GIN index), this index type was not being respected. - Fixed bug in database.table_exists() where the implementation did not match the documentation. - Fixed bug in SQLite TableFunction implementation which raised errors if the return value of the iterate() method was not a tuple.
Revision 1.36 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Mon May 21 13:18:16 2018 UTC (16 months, 3 weeks ago) by fhajny
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databases/py-peewee: Update to 3.4.0. Backwards-incompatible changes - The regexp() operation is now case-sensitive for MySQL and Postgres. To perform case-insensitive regexp operations, use iregexp(). - The SQLite BareField() field-type now supports all column constraints except specifying the data-type. Previously it silently ignored any column constraints. - LIMIT and OFFSET parameters are now treated as parameterized values instead of literals. - The schema parameter for SQLite database introspection methods is no longer ignored by default. The schema corresponds to the name given to an attached database. - ArrayField now accepts a new parameter field_kwargs, which is used to pass information to the array field's field_class initializer. New features and other changes - SQLite backup interface supports specifying page-counts and a user-defined progress handler. - GIL is released when doing backups or during SQLite busy timeouts (when using the peewee SQLite busy-handler). - Add NATURAL join-type to the JOIN helper. - Improved identifier quoting to allow specifying distinct open/close-quote characters. Enables adding support for MSSQL, for instance, which uses square brackets, e.g. [table].[column]. - Unify timeout interfaces for SQLite databases (use seconds everywhere rather than mixing seconds and milliseconds, which was confusing). - Added attach() and detach() methods to SQLite database, making it possible to attach additional databases (e.g. an in-memory cache db).
Revision 1.35 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Mon May 14 10:54:19 2018 UTC (17 months ago) by fhajny
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databases/py-peewee: Update to 3.3.4. 3.3.4 - Added a BinaryUUIDField class for efficiently storing UUIDs in 16-bytes. - Fix dataset's update_cache() logic so that when updating a single table that was newly-added, we also ensure that all dependent tables are updated at the same time. 3.3.3 - More efficient implementation of model dependency-graph generation. Improves performance of recursively deleting related objects by omitting unnecessary subqueries. - Added union(), union_all(), intersect() and except_() to the Model-specific query implementations. This was an oversight that should have been patched in 3.3.2, but is fixed in 3.3.3. - Major cleanup to test runner and standardized test skipping logic to integrate with standard-library unittest conventions. 3.3.2 - Add methods for union(), union_all, intersect() and except_(). Previously, these methods were only available as operator overloads. - Removed some Python 2.6-specific support code, as 2.6 is no longer officially supported. - Fixed model-graph resolution logic for deferred foreign-keys. - Better support for UPDATE...FROM queries (Postgresql).
Revision 1.34 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Fri Apr 27 13:52:59 2018 UTC (17 months, 2 weeks ago) by fhajny
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databases/py-peewee: Update to 3.3.1. - Fixed long-standing bug in 3.x regarding using column aliases with queries that utilize the ModelCursorWrapper (typically queries with one or more joins). - Fix typo in model metadata code, thanks @klen. - Add examples of using recursive CTEs to docs.
Revision 1.33 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Wed Apr 25 12:12:43 2018 UTC (17 months, 3 weeks ago) by fhajny
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databases/py-peewee: Update to 3.3.0. Clean up. - Added support for SQLite's new ON CONFLICT clause, which is modelled on the syntax used by Postgresql and will be available in SQLite 3.24.0 and onward. - Added better support for using common table expressions and a cleaner way of implementing recursive CTEs, both of which are also tested with integration tests (as opposed to just checking the generated SQL). - Modernized the CI environment to utilize the latest MariaDB features, so we can test window functions and CTEs with MySQL (when available). - Reorganized and unified the feature-flags in the test suite.
Revision 1.32 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Mon Apr 23 15:28:54 2018 UTC (17 months, 3 weeks ago) by fhajny
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databases/py-peewee: Update to 3.2.5. - Added ValuesList for representing values lists. - DateTimeField, DateField and TimeField will parse formatted-string before sending to the database. Previously this only occurred when reading values from the database.
Revision 1.31 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Thu Apr 19 08:20:10 2018 UTC (17 months, 3 weeks ago) by fhajny
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databases/py-peewee: Update to 3.2.4. - Smarter handling of model-graph when dealing with compound queries (union, intersect, etc). - If the same column-name is selected multiple times, first value wins. - If ModelSelect.switch() is called without any arguments, default to the query's model. - Fix issue where cloning a ModelSelect query did not result in the joins being cloned.
Revision 1.30 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Mon Apr 16 12:21:36 2018 UTC (17 months, 4 weeks ago) by fhajny
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databases/py-peewee: Update to 3.2.3. - pwiz tool will capture column defaults defined as part of the table schema. - Fixed a misleading error message. - Ensure reuse_if_open parameter has effect on pooled databases. - Added support for on update/delete when migrating foreign-key. - Fixed bug in SQL generation for subqueries in aliased functions.
Revision 1.29 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Wed Apr 4 12:31:19 2018 UTC (18 months, 1 week ago) by fhajny
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databases/py-peewee: Update to 3.2.2. 3.2.2 - Added support for passing Model classes to the returning() method when you intend to return all columns for the given model. - Fixed a bug when using user-defined sequences, and the underlying sequence already exists. - Added drop_sequences parameter to drop_table() method which allows you to conditionally drop any user-defined sequences when dropping the table. 3.2.1 - If both mysql-python and pymysql libraries are installed, Peewee will use pymysql by default. - Added new module playhouse.mysql_ext which includes MySQLConnectorDatabase, a database implementation that works with the mysql-connector driver. - Added new field to ColumnMetadata class which captures a database column's default value. ColumnMetadata is returned by Database.get_columns(). - Added documentation on making Peewee async. 3.2.0 - Potentially backwards-incompatible change: Field.coerce renamed to Field.adapt. 3.1.6 - Added rekey() method to SqlCipher database for changing encryption key and documentation for set_passphrase() method. - Added convert_values parameter to ArrayField constructor, which will cause the array values to be processed using the underlying data-type's conversion logic. - Fixed unreported bug using TimestampField with sub-second resolutions. - Fixed bug where options were not being processed when calling drop_table(). - Some fixes and improvements to signals extension.
Revision 1.28 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Fri Mar 16 12:06:03 2018 UTC (19 months ago) by fhajny
CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2018Q1-base, pkgsrc-2018Q1
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databases/py-peewee: Update to 3.1.5. ## 3.1.5 - Fixed Python 2/3 incompatibility with `itertools.izip_longest()`. ## 3.1.4 - Added `BigAutoField` to support 64-bit auto-incrementing primary keys. - Use Peewee-compatible datetime serialization when exporting JSON from a `DataSet`. Previously the JSON export used ISO-8601 by default. - Added `Database.batch_commit` helper to wrap iterators in chunked transactions. ## 3.1.3 - Fixed issue where scope-specific settings were being updated in-place instead of copied. - Fixed bug where setting a `ForeignKeyField` did not add it to the model's "dirty" fields list. - Use pre-fetched data when using `prefetch()` with `ManyToManyField`. - Use `JSON` data-type for SQLite `JSONField` instances. - Add a `json_contains` function for use with SQLite `json1` extension. - Various documentation updates and additions.
Revision 1.27 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Tue Mar 13 10:16:37 2018 UTC (19 months ago) by fhajny
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databases/py-peewee: Update to 3.1.3. - Fixed issue where scope-specific settings were being updated in-place instead of copied. - Fixed bug where setting a ForeignKeyField did not add it to the model's "dirty" fields list. - Use pre-fetched data when using prefetch() with ManyToManyField. - Use JSON data-type for SQLite JSONField instances. - Add a json_contains function for use with SQLite json1 extension. - Various documentation updates and additions.
Revision 1.26 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Thu Mar 1 11:52:59 2018 UTC (19 months, 2 weeks ago) by fhajny
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databases/py-peewee: Update to 3.1.1. - Fixed bug when using Model.alias() when the model defined a particular database schema. - Added SchemaManager.create_foreign_key API to simplify adding constraints when dealing with circular foreign-key relationships. - Improved implementation of Migrator.add_foreign_key_constraint so that it can be used with Postgresql (in addition to MySQL). - Added PickleField to the playhouse.fields module. Docs. - Fixed bug in implementation of CompressedField when using Python 3. - Added KeyValue API in playhouse.kv module. Docs. - More test cases for joining on sub-selects or common table expressions.
Revision 1.25 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Tue Feb 27 10:49:49 2018 UTC (19 months, 2 weeks ago) by fhajny
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Update databases/py-peewee to 3.1.0. Backwards-incompatible changes - Database.bind() has been renamed to Database.bind_ctx(), to more closely match the semantics of the corresponding model methods, Model.bind() and Model.bind_ctx(). The new Database.bind() method is a one-time operation that binds the given models to the database. See documentation: Other changes - Removed Python 2.6 support code from a few places. - Fixed example analytics app code to ensure hstore extension is registered. - Small efficiency improvement to bloom filter. - Removed "attention!" from README.
Revision 1.24 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Fri Feb 23 11:39:51 2018 UTC (19 months, 3 weeks ago) by fhajny
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databases/py-peewee: Update to 3.0.20. 3.0.20 - Include schema (if specified) when checking for table-existence. - Correct placement of ORDER BY / LIMIT clauses in compound select queries. - Fix bug in back-reference lookups when using filter() API. - Fix bug in SQL generation for ON CONFLICT queries with Postgres 3.0.19 - Support for more types of mappings in insert_many() - Lots of documentation improvements. - Fix bug when calling tuples() on a ModelRaw query. This was reported originally as a bug with sqlite-web CSV export
Revision 1.23 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Mon Feb 19 13:08:52 2018 UTC (19 months, 3 weeks ago) by fhajny
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databases/py-peewee: Update to 3.0.18. - Improved error messages when attempting to use a database class for which the corresponding driver is not installed. - Added tests showing the use of custom operator (a-la the docs). - Fixed indentation issue in docs - Fixed issue with the SQLite date_part issue
Revision 1.22 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Tue Feb 13 15:26:10 2018 UTC (20 months ago) by fhajny
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databases/py-peewee: Update to 3.0.17. 3.0.17 - Fix schema inheritance regression - Add helper method to postgres migrator for setting search_path 3.0.16 - Improve model graph resolution when iterating results of a query - Allow Model._meta.schema to be changed at run-time
Revision 1.21 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Thu Feb 8 12:56:10 2018 UTC (20 months ago) by fhajny
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databases/py-peewee: Update to 1.0.5. 1.0.5 - Use same schema used for reflection in generated models. - Preserve pragmas set on deferred Sqlite database if database is re-initialized without re-specifying pragmas. 1.0.4 - Fix bug creating model instances on Postgres when model does not have a primary key column. - Extend postgresql reflection to support array types.
Revision 1.20 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Wed Feb 7 16:12:08 2018 UTC (20 months ago) by fhajny
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Update databases/py-peewee to 3.0.13 3.0.13 - Fix bug where simple field aliases were being ignored. - More strict about column type inference for postgres + pwiz. 3.0.12 - Fix queries of the form INSERT ... VALUES (SELECT...) so that sub-select is wrapped in parentheses. - Improve model-graph resolution when selecting from multiple tables that are joined by foreign-keys, and an intermediate table is omitted from selection. - Docs update to reflect deletion of post_init signal. 3.0.11 - Add note to changelog about cursor() method. - Add hash method to postgres indexedfield subclasses. - Add TableFunction to sqlite_ext module namespace. - Fix bug regarding NOT IN queries where the right-hand-side is an empty set. - Fallback implementations of bm25f and lucene search ranking algorithms. - Fixed DecimalField issue. - Fixed issue with BlobField when database is a Proxy object.
Revision 1.19 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Sun Feb 4 17:07:18 2018 UTC (20 months, 1 week ago) by fhajny
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databases/py-peewee: Update to 3.0.10. - Fix Database.drop_tables() signature to support cascade argument - Fix querying documentation for custom functions - Added len() method to ModelBase for convenient counting. - Fix bug related to unsaved relation population (thanks @conqp) - Fix count() on compound select - Support coerce keyword argument with fn.XXX() - Support updating existing model instance with dict_to_model-like API - Fix equality tests with ArrayField
Revision 1.18 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Fri Feb 2 16:00:33 2018 UTC (20 months, 1 week ago) by fhajny
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databases/py-peewee: Update to 3.0.9. 3.0.9 - Add deprecation notice if passing autocommit as keyword argument to the Database initializer. - Add JSONPath and "J" helpers to sqlite extension. 3.0.8 - Add support for passing cascade=True when dropping tables. - Fix issues with backrefs and inherited foreign-keys. 3.0.7 - Add select_extend() method to extend existing SELECT-ion. - Accept set() as iterable value type - Add test for model/field inheritance and fix bug relating to recursion error when inheriting foreign-key field. - Fix regression where consecutive calls to ModelSelect.select() with no parameters resulted in an empty selection. 3.0.6 - Add constraints for ON UPDATE/ON DELETE to foreign-key constraint 3.0.5 - Adds Model.index(), a short-hand method for declaring ModelIndex instances. 3.0.4 - Re-add a shim for PrimaryKeyField (renamed to AutoField) and log a deprecation warning if you try to use it 3.0.3 - Includes fix for bug where column-name to field-name translation was not being done when running select queries on models whose field name differed from the underlying column name. 3.0.2 - Fixes missing pysqlite header files, which are needed to compile certain C extensions. 3.0.0 - Complete rewrite of SQL AST and code-generation. - Inclusion of new, low-level query builder APIs. - List of backwards-incompatible changes since 2.x: http://docs.peewee-orm.com/en/latest/peewee/changes.html
Revision 1.17 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Fri Oct 13 14:19:05 2017 UTC (2 years ago) by fhajny
CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2017Q4-base, pkgsrc-2017Q4
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Update databases/py-peewee to 2.10.2 2.10.2 - Update travis-ci build scripts to use Postgres 9.6 and test against Python 3.6. - Added support for returning namedtuple objects when iterating over a cursor. - Added support for specifying the "object id" attribute used when declaring a foreign key. By default, it is foreign-key-name_id, but it can now be customized. - Fixed small bug in the calculation of search scores when using the SQLite C extension or the sqlite_ext module. - Support literal column names with the dataset module. 2.10.1 - Removed AESEncryptedField.
Revision 1.16 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Wed May 10 18:24:05 2017 UTC (2 years, 5 months ago) by fhajny
CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2017Q3-base, pkgsrc-2017Q3, pkgsrc-2017Q2-base, pkgsrc-2017Q2, pkgsrc-
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Update databases/py-peewee to 2.10.0. - Remove the playhouse.fields.AESEncryptedField over security concerns described in ticket #1264. - Correctly resolve explicit table dependencies when creating tables, refs - Implement not equals comparison for CompositeKey.
Revision 1.15 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Fri Apr 21 09:14:01 2017 UTC (2 years, 5 months ago) by fhajny
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Update databases/py-peewee to 2.9.2. ## 2.9.2 - Fixed significant bug in the `savepoint` commit/rollback implementation. - Added support for postgresql `INTERVAL` columns. - Fixed bug where missing `sqlite3` library was causing other, unrelated libraries to throw errors when attempting to import. - Added a `case_sensitive` parameter to the SQLite `REGEXP` function implementation. The default is `False`, to preserve backwards-compatibility. - Fixed bug that caused tables not to be created when using the `dataset` extension. - Modified `drop_table` to raise an exception if the user attempts to drop tables with `CASCADE` when the database backend does not support it. - Fixed Python3 issue in the `AESEncryptedField`. - Modified the behavior of string-typed fields to treat the addition operator as concatenation ## 2.9.1 - Fixed #1218, where the use of `playhouse.flask_utils` was requiring the `sqlite3` module to be installed. - Fixed #1219 regarding the SQL generation for composite key sub-selects, joins, etc. ## 2.9.0 In this release there are two notable changes: - The ``Model.create_or_get()`` method was removed. - The SQLite closure table extension gained support for many-to-many relationships thanks to a nice PR by @necoro. ## 2.8.8 This release contains a single important bugfix for a regression in specifying the type of lock to use when opening a SQLite transaction. ## 2.8.7 This release contains numerous cleanups. ### Bugs fixed - #1087 - Fixed a misuse of the iteration protocol in the `sqliteq` extension. - #1096 - Fix representation of recursive foreign key relations when using the `model_to_dict` helper. - #1126 - Allow `pskel` to be installed into `bin` directory. - #1105 - Added a `Tuple()` type to Peewee to enable expressing arbitrary tuple expressions in SQL. - #1133 - Fixed bug in the conversion of objects to `Decimal` instances in the `DecimalField`. - Fixed an issue renaming a unique foreign key in MySQL. - Remove the join predicate from CROSS JOINs. - #1148 - Ensure indexes are created when a column is added using a schema migration. - #1165 - Fix bug where the primary key was being overwritten in queries using the closure-table extension. ### New stuff - Added properties to the `SqliteExtDatabase` to expose common `PRAGMA` settings. - Clarified documentation on calling `commit()` or `rollback()` from within the scope of an atomic block. - Allow table creation dependencies to be specified using new `depends_on` meta option. - Allow specification of the lock type used in SQLite transactions. - Added support for `CROSS JOIN` expressions in select queries. - Docs on how to implement optimistic locking - Documented optional dependencies. - Generic support for specifying select queries as locking the selected rows `FOR X`, e.g. `FOR UPDATE` or `FOR SHARE`. - Support for specifying the frame-of-reference in window queries, e.g. specifying `UNBOUNDED PRECEDING`, etc. ### Backwards-incompatible changes - As of 9e76c99, an `OperationalError` is raised if the user calls `connect()` on an already-open Database object. Previously, the existing connection would remain open and a new connection would overwrite it, making it impossible to close the previous connection. If you find this is causing breakage in your application, you can switch the `connect()` call to `get_conn()` which will only open a connection if necessary. The error **is** indicative of a real issue, though, so audit your code for places where you may be opening a connection without closing it (module-scope operations, e.g.).
Revision 1.14 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Wed Oct 26 14:28:16 2016 UTC (2 years, 11 months ago) by fhajny
CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2017Q1-base, pkgsrc-2017Q1, pkgsrc-2016Q4-base, pkgsrc-2016Q4
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Update databases/py-peewee to 2.8.5. 2.8.5 - Starting docs on sqliteq - Use parentheses for compound select with MySQL. - Remove "clean_prefetch_subquery" as I'm not sure why it exists in the first place. 2.8.4 - New playhouse extension module for working with SQLite in multi-threaded / concurrent environments. The new module is called playhouse.sqliteq and it works by serializing queries using a dedicated worker thread (or greenlet). The performance is quite good, hopefully this proves useful to someone besides myself! You can learn more by reading the sqliteq documentation. - #1061 - @akrs patched a bug in TimestampField which affected the accuracy of sub-second timestamps (for resolution > 1). - #1071, small python 3 fix. - #1072, allow DeferredRelation to be used multiple times if there are multiple references to a given deferred model. - #1073, fixed regression in the speedups module that caused SQL functions to always coerce return values, regardless of the coerce flag. - #1083, another Python 3 issue - this time regarding the use of exc.message.
Revision 1.13 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Sat Sep 10 20:58:45 2016 UTC (3 years, 1 month ago) by fhajny
CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2016Q3-base, pkgsrc-2016Q3
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Update databases/py-peewee to 2.8.3. Bugs fixed and general changes - #1028 - allow the ensure_join method to accept on and join_type parameters. Thanks @paulbooth. - #1032 - fix bug related to coercing model instances to database parameters when the model's primary key is a foreign key. - #1035 - fix bug introduced in 2.8.2, where I had added some logic to try and restrict the base Model class from being treated as a "real" Model. - #1039 - update documentation to clarify that lists or tuples are acceptable values when specifying SQLite PRAGMA statements. - #1041 - PyPy user was unable to install Peewee. (Who in their right mind would ever use PyPy?!) Bug was fixed by removing the pre-generated C files from the distribution. - #1043 - fix bug where the speedups C extension was not calling the correct model initialization method, resulting in model instances returned as results of a query having their dirty flag incorrectly set. - #1048 - similar to #1043, add logic to ensure that fields with default values are considered dirty when instantiating the model. - #1049 - update URL to APSW. - Fixed unreported bug regarding TimestampField with zero values reporting the incorrect datetime. New stuff - djpeewee extension module now works with Django 1.9. - TimestampField is now an officially documented field. - #1050 - use the db_column of a ForeignKeyField for the name of the ObjectIdDescriptor, except when the db_column and field name are the same, in which case the ID descriptor will be named <field_name>_id.
Revision 1.12 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Tue Aug 9 12:10:31 2016 UTC (3 years, 2 months ago) by fhajny
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Update databases/py-peewee to 2.8.2. Bugs fixed and general cleanups - fixed some bugs related to the Cython extension build process. - allow blanks and perform type conversion when using the db_url extension - added the ability to query using the <foreign_key>_id attribute. - ensure that peewee.OperationalError is raised consistently when using the RetryOperationalError mixin. - ensure that pwiz will import the appropriate extensions when vendor-specific fields are used. - ensure that pwiz-generated models containing UnknownField placeholders do not blow up when you instantiate them. - correctly limit the length of automatically-generated index names. - fixed bug where BlobField could not be used if it's parent model pointed to an uninitialized database Proxy. - greater consistency with the conversion to Python data-types when performing aggregations, annotations, or calling scalar(). - ensure the correct data-types are used when initializing a connection pool. - fix bug where Signal subclasses were not returning rows affected on save. - added documentation about SQLite limits and how they affect insert_many. - better warnings regarding C extension compilation, thanks @dhaase-de. - fix bug where table names starting with numbers generated invalid table names when using pwiz. - fix bug where parameter was not being used. Thanks @jberkel. - fixed the way SqliteExtDatabase handles the automatic rowid (and docid) columns. Thanks for alerting me to the issue and providing a failing test case @jberkel. - fix obscure bug relating to cloning foreign key fields twice. - allow set instances to be used on the right-hand side of IN exprs. - fix behavior where the default id primary key was inherited regardless. When users would inadvertently include it in their queries, it would use the table alias of it's parent class. - add support for db_column in djpeewee - fix the behavior of truncate_date with Postgresql. Thanks @Zverik. - allow DATABASE_URL as a recognized parameter to the Flask config. - correctly handle bytes wrapper used by PasswordField to bytes. - when selecting and joining on multiple models, do not create model instances when the foreign key is NULL. - do not coerce the return value of function calls to COUNT or SUM, since the python driver will already give us the right Python value. - use global state to resolve DeferredRelations, allowing for a nicer API. Thanks @brenguyen711. - attempt to avoid creating invalid Python when using pwiz with MySQL database columns containing spaces. Yes, fucking spaces. - fix bug in SQLite migrator which had a naive approach to fixing indexes. - explicitly check for None when determining if the database has been set on ModelOptions. Thanks @joeyespo. New stuff - Added TimestampField for storing datetimes using integers. Greater than second delay is possible through exponentiation. - Added Database.drop_index() method. - Added a max_depth parameter to the model_to_dict function in the playhouse.shortcuts extension module. - SelectQuery.first() function accepts a parameter n which applies a limit to the query and returns the first row. - group_by(), order_by(), window() now accept a keyward argument extend, which, when set to True, will append to the existing values rather than overwriting them. - Query results support negative indexing. - C sources are included now as part of the package. I think they should be able to compile for python 2 or 3, on linux or windows...but not positive.
Revision 1.11 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Fri May 6 09:45:09 2016 UTC (3 years, 5 months ago) by fhajny
CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2016Q2-base, pkgsrc-2016Q2
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Update databases/py-peewee to 2.8.1. Bugs fixed - #821 - issue warning if Cython is old - #822 - better handling of MySQL connections point for advanced use-cases. - #313 - support equality/inequality with generic foreign key queries, and ensure get_or_create works with GFKs. - #834 - fixed Python3 incompatibilities in the PasswordField, thanks @mosquito. - #836 - fix handling of last_insert_id() when using APSWDatabase. - #845 - add connection hooks to APSWDatabase. - #852 - check SQLite library version to avoid calls to missing APIs. - #857 - allow database definition to be deferred when using the connection pool. - #878 - formerly .limit(0) had no effect. Now adds LIMIT 0. - #879 - implement a __hash__ method for Model - #886 - fix count() for compound select queries. - #895 - allow writing to the foreign_key_id descriptor to set the foreign key value. - #893 - fix boolean logic bug in model_to_dict(). - #904 - fix side-effect in clean_prefetch_query, thanks to @p.kamayev - #907 - package includes pskel now. - #852 - fix sqlite version check in BerkeleyDB backend. - #919 - add runtime check for sqlite3 library to match MySQL and Postgres. Thanks @M157q New features - Added a number of SQLite user-defined functions and aggregates. - Use the DB-API2 Binary type for BlobField. - Implemented the lucene scoring algorithm in the sqlite_ext Cython library. - #825 - allow a custom base class for ModelOptions, providing an extension - #830 - added SmallIntegerField type. - #838 - allow using a custom descriptor class with ManyToManyField. - #855 - merged change from @lez which included docs on using peewee with Pyramid. - #858 - allow arguments to be passed on query-string when using the db_url module. Thanks @RealSalmon - #862 - add support for truncate table, thanks @dev-zero for the sample code. - Allow the related_name model Meta option to be a callable that accepts the foreign key field instance.
Revision 1.10 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Mon Jan 18 15:53:14 2016 UTC (3 years, 8 months ago) by fhajny
CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2016Q1-base, pkgsrc-2016Q1
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Update databases/py-peewee to 2.8.0. This release includes a couple new field types and greatly improved C extension support for both speedups and SQLite enhancements. Also includes some work, suggested by @foxx, to remove some places where Proxy was used in favor of more obvious APIs. New features - C extension speedups now enabled by default, includes faster implementations for dict and tuple QueryResultWrapper classes, faster date formatting, and a faster field and model sorting. - C implementations of SQLite functions is now enabled by default. SQLite extension is now compatible with APSW and can be used in standalone form directly from Python. - SQLite C extension now supports murmurhash2. - UUIDField is now supported for SQLite and MySQL, using text and varchar respectively, thanks @foxx! - Added BinaryField, thanks again, @foxx! - Added PickledField to playhouse.fields. - ManyToManyField now accepts a list of primary keys when adding or removing values from the through relationship. - Added support for SQLite table-valued functions using the sqlite-vtfunc library. - Significantly simplified the build process for compiling the C extensions. Backwards-incompatible changes - Instead of using a Proxy for defining circular foreign key relationships, you now need to use DeferredRelation. - Instead of using a Proxy for defining many-to-many through tables, you now need to use DeferredThroughModel. - SQLite Virtual Models must now use Meta.extension_module and Meta.extension_options to declare extension and any options. - MySQL database will now issue COMMIT statements for SELECT queries. Bugs fixed - #766, fixed bug with PasswordField and Python3. Fuck Python 3. - #768, fixed SortedFieldList and remove_field(). Thanks @klen! - #771, clarified docs for APSW. - #773, added docs for request hooks in Pyramid - #774, prefetch() only loads first ForeignKeyField for a given relation. - #782, fixed typo in docs. - #791, foreign keys were not correctly handling coercing to the appropriate python value. - #792, cleaned up some CSV utils code. - #798, cleaned up iteration protocol in QueryResultWrappers. - #806, not really a bug, but MySQL users were clowning around and needed help. 2.7.4 This is another small release which adds code to automatically build the SQLite C extension if libsqlite is available. The release also includes: - Support for UUIDField with SQLite. - Support for registering additional database classes with the db_url module via register_database. - prefetch() supports fetching multiple foreign-keys to the same model class. - Added method to validate FTS5 search queries.
Revision 1.9 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Mon Nov 23 21:15:32 2015 UTC (3 years, 10 months ago) by fhajny
CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2015Q4-base, pkgsrc-2015Q4
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Update databases/py-peewee to 2.7.3. 2.7.3 Small release which includes some changes to the BM25 sorting algorithm and the addition of a JSONField for use with the new JSON1 extension. 2.7.2 Small release with bugfixes to the setup script. I've also cleaned up some missing APIs in the FTS5Model to support more flexible use of either FTSModel or FTS5Model. 2.7.1 Small release which includes fixes to the setup script. Particularly, if you did not have Cython installed, the installation would completely fail. This was fixed. 2.7.0 New APIs, features, and performance improvements. Notable changes and new features - PasswordField that uses the bcrypt module. - Added new Model Meta.only_save_dirty flag to, by default, only save fields that have been modified. - Added support for upsert() on MySQL (in addition to SQLite). - Implemented SQLite ranking functions (rank and bm25) in Cython, and changed both the Cython and Python APIs to accept weight values for every column in the search index. This more closely aligns with the APIs provided by FTS5. In fact, made the APIs for FTS4 and FTS5 result ranking compatible. - Major changes to the :ref:sqlite_ext module. Function callbacks implemented in Python were implemented in Cython (e.g. date manipulation and regex processing) and will be used if Cython is available when Peewee is installed. - Support for the experimental new FTS5 SQLite search extension. - Added :py:class:SearchField for use with the SQLite FTS extensions. - Added :py:class:RowIDField for working with the special rowid column in SQLite. - Added a model class validation hook to allow model subclasses to perform any validation after class construction. This is currently used to ensure that FTS5Model subclasses do not violate any rules required by the FTS5 virtual table. Bugs fixed - #751, fixed some very broken behavior in the MySQL migrator code. Added more tests. - #718, added a RetryOperationalError mixin that will try automatically reconnecting after a failed query. There was a bug in the previous error handler implementation that made this impossible, which is also fixed.
Revision 1.8 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Tue Nov 3 01:56:27 2015 UTC (3 years, 11 months ago) by agc
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Add SHA512 digests for distfiles for databases category Problems found with existing distfiles: distfiles/D6.data.ros.gz distfiles/cstore0.2.tar.gz distfiles/data4.tar.gz distfiles/sphinx-2.2.7-release.tar.gz No changes made to the cstore or mariadb55-client distinfo files. Otherwise, existing SHA1 digests verified and found to be the same on the machine holding the existing distfiles (morden). All existing SHA1 digests retained for now as an audit trail.
Revision 1.7 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Thu Oct 8 12:59:13 2015 UTC (4 years ago) by fhajny
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Update databases/py-peewee to 2.6.4. Bugs fixed - fixed a bug with the Cython speedups not being included in package. - documented how to create models with no primary key. - allow bare INSERT statements. - regarding foreign key / one-to-one relationships. - allow ArrayField to accept tuples in addition to lists. - fix regarding unsaved relations. - refactored QueryResultWrapper to allow multiple independent iterations over the same underlying result cache. - fix bug with multiple joins to same table + eager loading. - fix bug when connection fails while using an execution context. - use correct column names with non-standard django foreign keys. - return datetime.time instead of timedelta for MySQL time fields. - fixed SQLite migrator regular expressions. Thanks @sroebert. New features - added support for RETURNING clauses. Update, Insert and Delete queries can now be called with RETURNING to retrieve the rows that were affected. - added web request hook docs. - allowed arbitrary model attributes and methods to be serialized by model_to_dict(). Docs. - allow model_to_dict() to introspect query for which fields to serialize. - Added backend-agnostic truncate_date() implementation. - Added a FixedCharField which uses column type CHAR. - Added support for arbitrary PRAGMA statements to be run on new SQLite connections. Docs. - Removed berkeley_build.sh script. See instructions on my blog instead.
Revision 1.6 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Mon Aug 24 20:01:48 2015 UTC (4 years, 1 month ago) by fhajny
CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2015Q3-base, pkgsrc-2015Q3
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Update databases/py-peewee to 2.6.3 2.6.3 - New `fields` module. - Fix runtests to not run dupes. - Add `FixedCharField`, fixes #631 2.6.2 - #641, fixed bug with exception wrapping and Python 2.6 - #634, fixed bug where correct query result wrapper was not being used for certain composite queries. - #625, cleaned up some example code. - #614, fixed bug with aggregate_rows() when there are multiple joins to the same table. - Added create_or_get() as a companion to get_or_create(). - Added support for ON CONFLICT clauses for UPDATE and INSERT queries. Docs. - Added a JSONKeyStore to playhouse.kv. - Added Cythonized version of strip_parens(), with plans to perhaps move more performance-critical code to Cython in the future. - Added docs on specifying vendor-specific database parameters. - Added docs on specifying field default values (both client and server-side). - Added docs on foreign key field back-references. - Added docs for models without a primary key. - Cleaned up docs on prefetch() and aggregate_rows().
Revision 1.5 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Wed Jun 10 17:34:25 2015 UTC (4 years, 4 months ago) by fhajny
CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2015Q2-base, pkgsrc-2015Q2
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Update databases/py-peewee to 2.6.1. 2.6.1 - #606, support self-referential joins with prefetch and aggregate_rows() methods. - #588, accomodate changes in SQLite's PRAGMA index_list() return value. - #607, fixed bug where pwiz was not passing table names to introspector. - #591, fixed bug with handling of named cursors in older psycopg2 version. - Removed some cruft from the APSWDatabase implementation. - Added CompressedField and AESEncryptedField - #609, #610, added Django-style foreign key ID lookup. - Added support for Hybrid Attributes (cool idea courtesy of SQLAlchemy). - Added upsert keyword argument to the Model.save() function (SQLite only). - #587, added support for ON CONFLICT SQLite clause for INSERT and UPDATE queries. - #601, added hook for programmatically defining table names. - #581, #611, support connection pools with playhouse.db_url.connect(). - Added Contributing section section to docs. 2.6.0 - get_or_create() now returns a 2-tuple consisting of the model instance and a boolean indicating whether the instance was created. The function now behaves just like the Django equivalent. - #574, better support for setting the character encoding on Postgresql database connections. Thanks @klen! - Improved implementation of get_or_create().
Revision 1.4 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Tue Apr 7 09:51:44 2015 UTC (4 years, 6 months ago) by fhajny
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Update py-peewee to 2.5.1. 2.5.1 - #566, fixed a bug regarding parentheses around compound SELECT queries (i.e. UNION, INTERSECT, etc). - Fixed unreported bug where table aliases were not generated correctly for compound SELECT queries. - #559, add option to preserve original column order with pwiz. Thanks @elgow! - Fixed unreported bug where selecting all columns from a ModelAlias does not use the appropriate FieldAlias objects. - #561, added an option for bulk insert queries to return the list of auto-generated primary keys. See docs for InsertQuery.return_id_list. - #569, added parse function to the playhouse.db_url module. Thanks @stt! - Added hacks section to the docs. Please contribute your hacks! - Calls to Node.in_() and Node.not_in() do not take *args anymore and instead take a single argument. 2.5.0 - #534, CSV utils was erroneously stripping the primary key from CSV data. - #537, fix upserts when using insert_many. - #541, respect autorollback with PostgresqlExtDatabase. Thanks @davidmcclure. - #551, fix for QueryResultWrapper's implementation of the iterator protocol. - #554, allow SQLite journal_mode to be set at run-time. - Fixed case-sensitivity issue with DataSet. - Added support for CAST expressions. - Added a hook for extending Node with custom methods. - JOIN_<type> became JOIN.<type>, e.g. .join(JOIN.LEFT_OUTER). - OP_<code> became OP.<code>. - #556, allowed using + and - prefixes to indicate ascending/descending ordering. - #550, added Database.initialize_connection() hook. - #549, bind selected columns to a particular model. Thanks @jhorman, nice PR! - #531, support for swapping databases at run-time via Using. - #530, support for SQLCipher and Python3. - New RowIDField for sqlite_ext playhouse module. This field can be used to interact with SQLite rowid fields. - Added LateralJoin helper to the postgres_ext playhouse module. 2.4.7 - #504, Docs updates. - #506, Fixed regression in aggregate_rows() - #510, Fixes bug in pwiz overwriting columns. - #514, Correctly cast foreign keys in prefetch(). - #515, Simplifies queries issued when doing recursive deletes. - #516, Fix cloning of Field objects. - #519, Aggregate rows now correctly preserves ordering of joined instances. - Unreported, fixed bug to not leave expired connections sitting around in the pool. - Added support for Postgresql's jsonb type with BinaryJSONField. - Add some basic Flask helpers. - Add support for UNION ALL queries in #512 - Add SqlCipherExtDatabase, which combines the sqlcipher database with the sqlite extensions. - Add option to print metadata when generating code with pwiz. 2.4.6 - #503, fixes behavior of aggregate_rows() when used with a CompositeKey. - #498, fixes value coercion for field aliases. - #492, fixes bug with pwiz and composite primary keys. - #486, correctly handle schemas with reflection module. - Peewee has a new ManyToManyField available in the playhouse.shortcuts module. - Peewee now has proper support for NOT IN queries through the Node.not_in() method. - Models now support iteration. This is equivalent to Model.select(). 2.4.5 - #471, #482 and #484, all of which had to do with how joins were handled by the aggregate_rows() query result wrapper. - #472 removed some needless special-casing in Model.save(). - #466 fixed case-sensitive issues with the SQLite migrator. - #474 fixed a handful of bugs that cropped up migrating foreign keys with SQLite. - #475 fixed the behavior of the SQLite migrator regarding auto-generated indexes. - #479 fixed a bug in the code that stripped extra parentheses in the SQL generator. - Fixed a handful of bugs in the APSW extension. - Added connection abstraction called ExecutionContext (see docs). - Made all context managers work as decorators (atomic, transaction, savepoint, execution_context). - Added explicit methods for IS NULL and IS NOT NULL queries. The latter was actually necessary since the behavior is different from NOT IS NULL (...). - Allow disabling backref validation (#465) - Made quite a few improvements to the documentation, particularly sections on transactions. - Added caching to the DataSet extension, which should improve performance. - Made the SQLite migrator smarter with regards to preserving indexes when a table copy is necessary.
Revision 1.3 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Fri Dec 12 11:42:25 2014 UTC (4 years, 10 months ago) by fhajny
CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2015Q1-base, pkgsrc-2015Q1, pkgsrc-2014Q4-base, pkgsrc-2014Q4
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Update py-peewee to 2.4.4. 2.4.4 ===== * Backwards-incompatible changes - The argument signature for the SqliteExtDatabase.aggregate() decorator changed so that the aggregate name is the first parameter, and the number of parameters is the second parameter. If no values are specified, peewee will choose the name of the class and an un-specified number of arguments (-1). - The logic for saving a model with a composite key changed slightly. Previously, if a model had a composite primary key and you called save(), only the dirty fields would be saved. * Bugs fixed - #462 - #465, add hook for disabling backref validation. - #466, fix case-sensitive table names with migration module. - #469, save only dirty fields. * New features - Lots of enhancements and cleanup to the playhouse.apsw_ext module. - The playhouse.reflection module now supports introspecting indexes. - Added a model option for disabling backref validation. - Added support for the SQLite closure table extension. - Added support for virtual fields, which act on dynamically-created virtual table fields. - Added a new example: a virtual table implementation that exposes Redis as a relational database table. - Added a module playhouse.sqlite_aggregates that contains a handful of aggregates you may find useful when developing with SQLite. - Small documentation updates here and there. 2.4.3 ===== * Bugs fixed - #466, table names are case sensitive in the SQLite migrations module. - #465, added option to disable backref validation. - #462, use the schema name consistently with postgres reflection. * New features - New model Meta option to disable backref validation. See validate_backrefs. - Added documentation on ordering by calculated values. - Added basic PyPy compatibility. - Added logic to close cursors after they have been exhausted. - Structured and consolidated database metadata introspection, including improvements for introspecting indexes. - Added support to prefetch for traversing up the query tree. - Added introspection option to skip invalid models while introspecting. - Added option to limit the tables introspected. - Added closed connection detection to the MySQL connection pool. - Enhancements to passing options to creating virtual tables with SQLite. - Added factory method for generating Closure tables for use with the transitive_closure SQLite extension. - Added support for loading SQLite extensions. - Numerous test-suite enhancements and new test-cases. 2.4.2 ===== * Bugs fixed - #449, typo in the db_url extension, thanks to @malea for the fix. - #457 and #458, fixed documentation deficiences. * New features - Added support for importing data when using the DataSet extension. - Added an encrypted diary app to the examples. - Better index reconstruction when altering columns on SQLite databases with the migrate module. - Support for multi-column primary keys in the reflection module. - Close cursors more aggressively when executing SELECT queries.
Revision 1.2 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Wed Oct 29 13:13:38 2014 UTC (4 years, 11 months ago) by fhajny
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Update py-peewee to 2.4.1. Changes in 2.4.1: - Fixed #448, add hook to the connection pool for detecting closed connections. - Fixed #229, fix join attribute detection. - Fixed #447, fixed documentation typo. Changes in 2.4.0: - Most of the introspection logic was moved out of the pwiz module and into playhouse.reflection. - Created a new reflection extension for introspecting databases. The reflection module additionally can generate actual peewee Model classes dynamically. - Created a dataset library (based on the SQLAlchemy project of the same name). For more info check out the blog post announcing playhouse.dataset. - Added a db_url module which creates Database objects from a connection string. - Added csv dump functionality to the CSV utils extension. - Added an atomic context manager to support nested transactions. - Added support for HStore, JSON and TSVector to the reflection module. - More documentation updates. - Fixed #440, which fixes a bug where Model.dirty_fields did not return an empty set for some subclasses of QueryResultWrapper.
Revision 1.1 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Fri Oct 17 10:24:04 2014 UTC (4 years, 11 months ago) by fhajny
Import peewee as databases/py-peewee. Peewee is a simple and small ORM. It has few (but expressive) concepts, making it easy to learn and intuitive to use. Supports SQLite, MySQL and PostgreSQL.
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