-South's current release is :ref:`0.7.
3 <0-7- 3-release-notes>`.
+South's current release is :ref:`0.7. <0-7--release-notes>`.
There are a few different ways to install South:
+This is a minor new release of South, and the fourth bugfix release for the
+:ref:`0.7 series <0-7-release-notes>`. The main feature is compatability with Django 1.4.
+It has unfortunately been over a year since the last South release - I intend to make them more
+frequent from now on, especially where large bugs are concerned. South 1.0 will eventually happen,
+but we may end up dropping support for some of the older Django versions when it's released.
+Backwards incompatible changes
+Thanks to work by various contributors, most notably Jannis Leidel, South now supports timezone-aware
+datetime fields (as is the default in Django 1.4).
+South now correctly handles the use of the unique= keyword on columns.
+South now correctly handles and persists the on_delete argument to ForeignKeys.
+Runtime has been improved thanks to caching of constraints at runtime. Thanks to Jack Diederich for a large portion of this work.
+Thanks mostly to the work of Shai Berger, the Oracle and MSSQl backends have been signficantly upgraded and improved.
+As usual, there are tens of other minor fixes throughout the codebase. Full details of those are available on Trac.
South - Useable migrations for Django apps
"Andrew Godwin <email@example.com>",
"Andy McCurdy <firstname.lastname@example.org>"