FormAlchemy 0.3: * Completely new API, based on Fields instead of column names * Support manually added Fields, not just attributes from the SA model * Relations (a FK will be rendered with a dropdown of related objects) * Validation + sync * Template-based rendering for greater customizibility. Tempita is included; Mako is detected and used if present * WebHelpers is no longer a dependency; the small parts FA needs have been moved into helpers.py. (This was prompted by WebHelpers 0.6 breaking backwards compatibility in nontrivial ways.) * Pervasive docstrings * Preliminary SA 0.5 support * Regression test suite FormAlchemy 0.2: * Added 'disable', 'disable_pk', 'disable_fk' options. * Fixed a bug where 'readonly*' options only worked for 'password' fields. * Added 'date', 'time' and 'datetime' options for date/time fields formatting. * Added 'bool_as_radio' option. * Added a hack to force browsers to POST unckecked checkboxes. * Fixed a bug where 'opts' from the 'dropdown' option is no longer rendered as an attribute of the <select> tag. * Fixed a compatibility issue with SQLAlchemy 0.4.1. The 'foreign_key' Column attribute is now 'foreign_keys'. * Added 'fieldset' option. * Added 'include' option. Patch from Adam Gomaa. * Added 'textarea' option. Additionnal patch provided by Adam Gomaa for passing native tuple of intergers as `size` argument value. * Added new experimental, little customizable, 'TableItem' and 'TableCollection'. TableItem renders a table from a bound model. TableCollection renders a table from a collection of items that are of the same class than the bound model: TableCollection(bind=client, collection=client_list). The bound model can be a non-instantiated mapped class. * Removed NullType type column detection for now, as it seems to be a SA 0.4 only thing. What would a NullType HTML field represent anyway? * FieldSet now returns fields embedded in <fieldset> HTML tags. * Implemented the 'legend' option for FieldSet to provide an optional and customizable <legend> tag. FieldSet uses the bound model's class name as the legend by default. The legend can be customized by passing a string to the 'legend' option: `legend='My legend'`. The fieldset can be legend-less by passing `legend=False`. * Big core changes. Splitted the single formalchemy.py module into a formalchemy package. More classes, more flexibility. Plus, we're now using model-level and column-level rendering engines: 'ModelRenderer' and 'FieldRenderer'. * 'ModelRender' and 'FieldRender' allows you to render a whole model (like FieldSet, but without the fieldset/legend tags) or a single column. * FieldSet now uses 'ModelRenderer'. * Added new experimental, little customizable, non-form related, 'TableItem' and 'TableCollection'. TableItem renders a table from a bound model. TableCollection renders a table from a collection of items that are of the same class than the bound model: TableCollection(bind=client, collection=client_list). The bound model can be a non-instantiated mapped class. FormAlchemy 0.1, r56: * Initial release.