- Release 2.0: (2013-09-19)
- BACKWARDS-INCOMPATIBLE: Drop support for Django 1.0 - 1.2; Python 2.4 and 2.5.
- Deprecate localeurl_future tag library, always use new url tag syntax.
- Try importing patterns, url first from django.conf.urls; use
django.conf.urls.defaults only as Django 1.3 fallback. Fixes
- Don't try to parse referrer if not present. Fixes
#33. Thanks Simon Luijk.
- Add support for a session-stored locale fallback. Thanks Sylvain Fourmanoit
for report and draft patch, and Alex Marandon for adding tests. Fixes
- Make language-code matching case-insensitive, per RFC. Thanks torgeilo for
the report. Fixes
- Fix issue with non-ASCII characters in URLs. Thanks Chris Adams.
- Release 1.5: (2011-08-24)
- Added LOCALE_REDIRECT_PERMANENT setting; defaults to True, if set to False 302 redirects are used rather than 301. Thanks oyvindeh.
- LOCALE_INDEPENDENT_PATHS can now be plain string regular expressions,
they don't have to be compiled regex objects. Fixes
- Added import of localeurl.models to localeurl.middleware, to ensure that reverse is monkeypatched before any requests are served. Fixes #5. Thanks Antti Kaihola for the report, Andrey Shipilov and jefurii for fix confirmation.
- Added iri_to_uri encoding of non-ASCII redirect URLs. Fixes
- Sorted language codes longest-first to avoid matching e.g. 'pt' before
#15. Thanks Roman Barczyński for report and draft patch.
- Added LOCALE_INDEPENDENT_STATIC_URL setting to mirror LOCALE_INDEPENDENT_MEDIA_URL. This setting defaults to True, so if you want URLs under STATIC_URL to be locale-dependent, you will need to set it to False.
- Fixed middleware redirection when there is a script
#10. Thanks iro for report and draft patch.
- Added localeurl_future template tag library to provide locale_url
tag that wraps the new Django url tag to allow using the new syntax and
avoid deprecation warnings under Django 1.3. Fixes
#17. Thanks Fabian Büchler for the report.
- Accounted for reverse() receiving kwargs=None. Fixes
#18. Thanks Alexander Clausen for report and tests, Joel Ryan for draft patch.
- Prevented change_locale view from stripping query params from next.
#7. Thanks Sverre Johansen.
- Release 1.4: (2010-03-19)
- Moved localeurl settings from localeurl/__init__.py to localeurl/settings.py.
- Added LocaleurlSitemap for easier creation of multilingual sitemaps.
- Added LOCALEURL_USE_ACCEPT_LANGUAGE setting to check HTTP Accept-Language header before resorting to settings.LANGUAGE_CODE when locale is not specified in URL.
- Switched to 301 permanent redirects for no-locale URL redirect.
- Moved to BitBucket for source code hosting.
- Added the change_locale view, contributed by Panos Laganakos.
- Release 1.3: (2009-04-06)
- Changed chlocale tag to strip prefix of locale-independent paths.
- Moved the monkey-patching of urlresolvers.reverse to models.py.
- Removed REDIRECT_LOCALE_INDEPENDENT_PATHS settings option; this is now the default.
- Release 1.2: (2009-01-19):
- Moved the documentation into the source tree. (Based on a blog post by Andi Albrecht.)
- Released version 1.2.
- Release 1.1: (2008-11-20):
- Added the PREFIX_DEFAULT_LOCALE settings option contributed by Jonas Christian.
- Added REDIRECT_LOCALE_INDEPENDENT_PATHS settings option.
- Release 1.0: (2008-09-10):
- Added Django 1.0 or higher as a prerequisite.
- Moved to Google Code.
localeurl was developed by Joost Cassee based on the work by Atli Þorbjörnsson. Contributions by Jonas Christian. Includes code from the django-localize project by Artiom Diomin. Currently maintained by Carl Meyer.
See also this blog post on internationalisation by Yann Malet that references Atli's code.