Extends phx-filters, adding filters useful for Django applications.
Adds filters for for Django-specific features, including:
filters.ext.Model: Search for a DB model instance matching the incoming value.
Django Filters is known to be compatible with the following Python versions:
Only Django v4.x is supported.
If you encounter any issues, please report them on the project’s Bug Tracker, and be sure to indicate which version of Django you are using.
This package is an extension for the Filters library, so you can install it as an extra to phx-filters:
pip install phx-filters[django]
If desired, you can install this package separately. This allows you to control the package version separately from phx-filters.
pip install phx-filters-django
Running Unit Tests
Install the package with the test-runner extra to set up the necessary dependencies, and then you can run the tests with the tox command:
pip install -e .[test-runner] tox -p
To run tests in the current virtualenv:
python manage.py test
Documentation is available on ReadTheDocs.
Source files for this project’s documentation can be found in the phx-filters repo.
Steps to build releases are based on Packaging Python Projects Tutorial
1. Build the Project
Install extra dependencies (you only have to do this once):
pip install -e '.[build-system]'
Delete artefacts from previous builds, if applicable:
Run the build:
python -m build
The build artefacts will be located in the dist directory at the top level of the project.
2. Upload to PyPI
Create a PyPI API token (you only have to do this once).
Increment the version number in pyproject.toml.
Check that the build artefacts are valid, and fix any errors that it finds:
python -m twine check dist/*
Upload build artefacts to PyPI:
python -m twine upload dist/*
3. Create GitHub Release
Create a tag and push to GitHub:
git tag <version> git push
<version> must match the updated version number in pyproject.toml.
Go to the Releases page for the repo.
Click Draft a new release.
Select the tag that you created in step 1.
Specify the title of the release (e.g., Django Filters v1.2.3).
Write a description for the release. Make sure to include: - Credit for code contributed by community members. - Significant functionality that was added/changed/removed. - Any backwards-incompatible changes and/or migration instructions. - SHA256 hashes of the build artefacts.
GPG-sign the description for the release (ASCII-armoured).
Attach the build artefacts to the release.
Click Publish release.
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