Version History

Version 2.0.2

This is an another micro release. There are no code changes (apart from The only change is to make it pip-friendly by using new integration mode with versiontools.

Version 2.0.1

This is a micro release. There are no code changes so there is no need to upgrade. The only changes are to documentation and infrastructure files.

The following changes are included:

  • Improve documentation for using custom pagination templates
  • Document multiple paginations per page
  • Use correct template name in do_paginate docstring
  • Provide correct link to installation instructions
  • Fix documentation referencing all project name
  • Ignore vim swap files
  • Add templates from the test project to

Version 2.0

  • Revived the project as a fork of git:// The project now has a new maintainer (Zygmunt Krynicki) and a new home (on pypi and launchpad).

  • Merged a lot of branches of the old project. In general this was made to show people “here is the new good stuff” and to get as much contributions, back into the trunk, as possible.

  • Merge a lot of translations: de, es, fr, it, nn, no, pl, pt, pt_BR, ru and tr. Translations are still in a bad state (they are not built automatically, they are in incorrect place) but the first step is done.

  • Add support for custom pagination templates. You can now use the optional argument on paginate to use different template:

    {% autopaginate obj_list %}
    {% paginate using "something/custom_template.html" %}
  • Pagination template has support for specific blocks. Those blocks are ‘previouslink’, ‘pagelinks’ and ‘nextlink’. Make sure to base your template on pagination/pagination.html end extend the blocks you care about.

  • Add support for using multiple paginations on a single page. Simply use multiple autopaginate/paginate tags. The only limitation is that you must use paginate before using the next autopaginate tag. For an example see the test project and the example application inside.

  • Simplify building documentation. To build the documentation simply run build_sphinx. You will need sphinx installed obviously.

  • Simplify running tests. To run tests just invoke test. That’s all! This is based on the goodness of django-testproject that simplifies setting up helper projects just for testing.

Version 1.0.7

  • Last release from previous upstream developer.

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