What is it?

django-workflows provides a generic workflow engine for Django.


For more documentation please visit: http://packages.python.org/django-workflows/


The code can be found on bitbucket: http://bitbucket.org/diefenbach/django-workflows/


If you want to see a comprehensive implementation of django-workflows take a look at the CMS LFC


1.0 beta 4 (2010-07-23)

  • Changed: State.get_allowed_transitions: try to use the object's has_permissions method before using the one from the utils

1.0 beta 3 (2010-07-07)

  • Bugfix utils.get_allowed_transitions; issue #2
  • Bugfix: get_workflow_for_object method; issue #3

1.0 beta 2 (2010-05-19)

  • Bugfix: get_allowed_transitions; return only allowed permissions; issue #2.
  • Added license

1.0 beta 1 (2010-05-17)

  • First beta release.

1.0 alpha 4 (2010-04-16)

  • Added get_initial_state method
  • Moved WorkflowBase to __init__.py
  • Added related_name for permissions to WorkflowPermissionRelation

1.0 alpha 3 (2010-03-22)

1.0 alpha 2 (2010-03-22)

  • A lot of improvements

1.0 alpha 1 (2010-03-13)

  • Initial public release
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