Wednesday, December 30, 2020

Re: Compatibility List

On 31/12/2020 2:16 pm, Benny M wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have a project that's doing a rather sizable jump from 1.11.29 to 3.1.
> I'm aware of the internal gotchas (enforced on_delete, settings syntax, etc) - but I was curious if anyone knows of a package compatibility list exists?
> Something like caniuse but for django-focused packages. Right now I'm just going through the changelogs of the packages used in the project and making an educated guess.

No need to read the changelogs unless something goes badly wrong. Read
the release notes instead.

They cascade down the page all the way to 1.11

Here is the recommended mechanism ...

Effectively 2.2 is as far as you need to go for the time being because
it is an LTS release. Might make a convenient initial goal. Should be



> If one doesn't exist (could be a fun and useful project?) please feel free to mention any gotchas you've found.
> Thanks!
> Benny

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