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Changelog

Version 1.11

  • Added LESS support
  • Fixed an incompatibility with App Engine 1.6.0 on Python 2.7

Version 1.10.4

  • Fixed remapping of CSS url()s that contain a "?"
  • Fixed serving of unicode content by media middleware

Version 1.10.3

  • Fixed lots of unicode issues

Version 1.10.2

Upgrade notes: If you've specified a custom SASS_FRAMEWORKS in your settings.py you now also have to list compass and blueprint in that setting.

  • All Compass/Sass frameworks (including compass and blueprint) now have to be listed explictily in the SASS_FRAMEWORKS setting.

Version 1.10.1

  • Added workaround for Windows bug in Sass 3.1. Backslash characters aren't handled correctly for "-I" import path parameters.

Version 1.10

  • Added Compass support to Sass filter. You now have to install both Compass and Sass. Import Sass/Compass frameworks via manage.py importsassframeworks.
  • Fixed CoffeeScript support on OSX
  • Fixed support for non-ascii chars in input files
  • Added "Content-Length" response header for files served in dev mode (needed for Flash). Thanks to "sayane" for the patch.
  • Fixed typo which resulted in broken support for .html assets. Thanks to "pendletongp" for the patch.
  • Now showing instructive error message when Sass can't be found
  • Use correct output path for _generated_media_names.py even when manage.py generatemedia is not started from the project root. Thanks to "pendletongp" for the patch.
  • Added support for overriding the _generated_media_names module's import path and file system location (only needed for non-standard project structures).

Version 1.9.2

  • Added missing base.manifest template and base_project to zip package

Version 1.9.1

  • Fixed relative imports in Sass filter

Version 1.9

  • Added CoffeeScript support (use .coffee extension). Contributed by Andrew Allen.
  • Added caching for CoffeeScript compilation results
  • In cache manifests the NETWORK section now contains "*" by default
  • By default .woff files are now copied, too
  • Fixed first-time media generation when MEDIA_DEV_MODE=False
  • Fixed i18n filter in development mode. Contributed by Simon Payne.
  • Fixed support for "/" in bundle names in dev mode (always worked fine in production)
  • Changed DEV_MEDIA_URL fallback from STATICFILES_URL to STATIC_URL (has been changed in Django trunk)

Version 1.8

  • HTML5 manifest now uses a regex to match included/excluded files
  • Added support for scss files
  • Fixed Sass @import tracking for partials

Version 1.7

  • Large performance improvements, in particular on App Engine dev_appserver

Version 1.6.1

  • Fixed support for Django 1.1 which imports mediagenerator.templatetags.media as django.templatetags.media and thus breaks relative imports

Version 1.6

Upgrade notes: The installation got simplified. Please remove the media code from your urls.py. The MediaMiddleware now takes care of everything.

  • Added support for CSS data URIs. Doesn't yet generate MHTML for IE6/7 support.
  • Added support for pre-bundling i18n JavaScript translations, so you don't need to use Django's slower AJAX view. With this filter translations are part of your generated JS bundle.
  • Added support for CleverCSS
  • Simplified installation process. The media view got completely replaced by MediaMiddleware.
  • Fixed support for output variations (needed by i18n filter to generate the same JS file in different variations for each language)

Version 1.5.1

Upgrade notes: There's a conflict with STATICFILES_URL in Django trunk (1.3). Use DEV_MEDIA_URL instead from now on.

  • DEV_MEDIA_URL should be used instead of MEDIA_URL and STATICFILES_URL, though the other two are still valid for backwards-compatibility

Version 1.5

This is another staticfiles-compatibility release which is intended to allow for writing reusable open-source apps.

Upgrade notes: The CSS URL rewriting scheme has changed. Previously, url() statements in CSS files were treated similar to "absolute" URLs where the root is STATICFILES_URL (or MEDIA_URL). This scheme was used because it was consistent with URLs in Sass. Now URLs are treated as relative to the CSS file. So, if the file css/style.css wants to link to img/icon.png the URL now has to be url(../img/icon.png). Previously it was url(img/icon.png). One way to upgrade to the staticfiles-compatible scheme is to modify your existing URLs.

If you don't want to change your CSS files there is an alternative, but it's not staticfiles-compatible. Add the following to your settings: REWRITE_CSS_URLS_RELATIVE_TO_SOURCE = False

Important: Sass files still use the old scheme (url(img/icon.png)) because this is much easier to understand and allows for more reusable code, especially when you @import other Sass modules and those link to images.

  • Made CSS URL rewriting system compatible with django.contrib.staticfiles
  • Added support for CSS URLs that contain a hash (e.g.: url('webfont.svg#webfontmAfNlbV6')). Thanks to Karl Bowden for the patch!
  • Filter backends now have an additional self.bundle attribute which contains the final bundle name
  • Fixed an incompatibility with Django 1.1 and 1.0 (django.utils.itercompat.product isn't available in those releases)
  • Fixed MediaMiddleware, so it doesn't cache error responses

Version 1.4

This is a compatibility release which prepares for the new staticfiles feature in Django 1.3.

Upgrade notes: Place your app media in a "static" folder instead of a "media" folder. Use DEV_MEDIA_URL (edit: was STATICFILES_URL) instead of MEDIA_URL from now on.

  • App media is now searched in "static" folders instead of "media". For now, you can still use "media" folders, but this might be deprecated in the future (for the sake of having just one standard for reusable apps).
  • DEV_MEDIA_URL (edit: was STATICFILES_URL) should be used instead of MEDIA_URL because the meaning of that variable has changed in Django 1.3.
  • DEV_MEDIA_URL falls back to STATICFILES_URL and GLOBAL_MEDIA_DIRS falls back to STATICFILES_DIRS if undefined (you should still use the former, respectively; this is just for convenience)

Version 1.3.1

  • Improved handling of media variations. This also fixes a bug with using CSS media types in production mode

Version 1.3

  • Added support for setting media type for CSS. E.g.: {% include_media 'bundle.css' media='print' %}

Version 1.2.1

  • Fixed caching problems on runserver when using i18n and LocaleMiddleware

Version 1.2

Upgrade notes: Please add 'mediagenerator.middleware.MediaMiddleware' as the first middleware in your settings.py.

  • Got rid of unnecessary HTTP roundtrips when USE_ETAGS = True
  • Added Django template filter (by default only used for .html files), contributed by Matt Bierner
  • Added media_url() filter which provides access to generated URLs from JS
  • CopyFiles backend can now ignore files matching certain regex patterns

Version 1.1

  • Added Closure compiler backend
  • Added HTML5 cache manifest file backend
  • Fixed Sass support on Linux
  • Updated pyjs filter to latest pyjs repo version
  • "swf" and "ico" files are now copied, too, by default
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