Convenient soft-deletion support for Django models
A Django field that enables convenient soft-deletion. For Python 2.7/3.3+ and Django 1.8+
Simple: pip install django-livefield.
>>> from django.db import models >>> from livefield import LiveField, LiveManager >>> >>> >>> class Person(models.Model): ... name = models.CharField() ... live = LiveField() ... ... objects = LiveManager() ... all_objects = LiveManager(include_soft_deleted=True) ... ... class Meta: ... unique_together = ('name', 'live') ... ... def delete(self, using=None): ... self.live = False ... self.save(using=using) ... >>> john = Person.objects.create(name='John Cleese') >>> doppelganger = Person(name='John Cleese') >>> doppelganger.save() # Raises an IntegrityError >>> john.delete() >>> doppelganger.save() # Succeeds!
MIT. See LICENSE.txt for details.
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- Django 3.x support
- switch to BooleanField as base (Django 4.x deprecation)
- Fix rST formatting in this file to pass PyPI rendering check
3.2.0 (Not released)
- Support Django 2.2
- Support Python 3.7
- Fix metadata to remove deprecated Django versions
- Expand travis tests for versions and database engines
- Remove obsolete pylint suppressions
- Thanks to [@shurph](https://github.com/shurph) for the above!
- Add support for Python 3.6
- Add support for Django 2.0
- Remove support for Python 3.4
- Remove support for old Django versions
- Remove GIS
2.5.0 (Not released)
- Added official Python 3 support.
- Re-added support for Django 1.8. Now supports Django 1.8 and 1.9.
- Drop support for Django 1.8
- Add number of affected rows for delete methods (hard_delete, soft_delete, delete). Note: Django 1.9+ only.
- Add support for Django 1.7.
- Renamed top-level namespace to livefield.
- Restructured internally to match Django convention.
- Added GIS support.
- Added South support.
- Initial release.
- Separated existing code from main application repository.
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