A blog app that is only intended to be embedded within an existing Django site.
A minimal blog app for Django
Andablog is a blogging application for the Django framework. Andablog comes with minimal dependencies, making it effortless to integrate to existing Django sites. It supports the latest Django and Python versions.
What is the point of all this? When this project got started blogging apps for Django generally fell into one of these categories:
A full CMS framework.
A Django App but intended for blog-only sites.
A Django App but intended for either a blog-only site (the default) or a site with a blog attached.
Though all three of these categories had great projects to choose from any one of them could be frustrating to implement into (and maintain within) an existing site. Simply because the app was not directly and exclusively focused on the use case of a django site, and a blog (get it?).
Andablog has a focus on integration-ease first and features second. So if the focus of your Django site is something else and you want to add a blog section to it you have come to the right place.
Django 2.2 support, maintaining Django 2.0 support
Django 2.1 support, drops Django 1.11 (along with Python2.7) support
- Django 2.0 support, drops Django 1.10 support.
Drops use of the, no longer maintained, django-markitup dependency in favor of django-markupfield.
Database migrations support the conversion of all entry content and previews.
Removes live preview in admin. See the django-markupfield project for additional usage.
Maintains markdown support. Removes Textile support in favor of RST. If you previously used Textile you will have to write your own migration. See the django-markupfield docs for assistance in this.
New feature: Optional preview_content (markdown) and preview_image fields for direct control of appearance of item in listing.
Django 1.11 support, drops Django 1.9 support
Django 1.10 support, drops Django 1.8 support
Fixes an issue with saving entries in Django 1.9 caused by a previously faulty version of django-markitup.
Django 1.9 support, drops Django 1.7 support
- Adds support for titles and slugs up to 255 characters in length. Major: Migration will auto-truncate existing titles that are > 255 characters
Thanks Federico (fedejaure) for the fork that inspired the change.
Thanks Brad Montgomery for design input, fix and feature change.
- Fixed unicode support for models
Thanks Samuel Mendes for the report and fix.
- Fixed a missing migration bug
Thanks bradmontgomery for the report and fix.
CI tests now include a missing migration check.
- Support for Django 1.7.x - Django 1.8.x
Adds support for Django 1.8
Drops support for Django 1.6 and therefore south_migrations
Authors are now able to see ‘draft’ (unpublished) versions of their blog entries. Upgraded taggit to address an issue that was locking us to an older Django 1.7 version.
Fixed a bug where the Django 1.7.x migration for recent DB changes was somehow missed.
- The author is now selectable when editing entries in the admin.
The list is limited to superusers and anyone with an andablog Entry permission.
The initial value is the current user.
Fixed a bug where the tags field was required in the admin.
- Blog entries can now have tags
The entry model now supports tags by way of the django-taggit package.
This affects the model only, there are no template examples or tags.
Backwards Incompatible with 0.1.0. This release includes a rename of the django app package from djangoandablog to andablog to better follow community conventions. This of course is a very large breaking change, which is why the version is 1.0. As this is the second version and we have been out such a short time. My hope is that few if any people are using this app yet. If you are, please submit an issue on GitHub and I will try to help you migrate away.
First release on PyPI.
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