Upgrading django-SHOP

0.10.0

This version requires django-CMS version 3.4.2 or higher and djangocms-cascade version 0.12.0 or higher. It is well tested with Django-1.10 but should work as well with Django-1.9.

There has been a lot of effort in getting a cleaner and more consistent API. If you upgrade from version 0.9 please note the following changes:

The REST serializers have been moved into their own submodule shop.serializers. They now are separated into bases and defaults following the same naming convention as beeing used in shop.models and shop.admin. Please ensure that you change your import statements.

Serializers ProductCommonSerializer, ProductSummarySerializer and ProductDetailSerializer have been unified into a single ProductSerializer, which acts as default for the ProductListView and the ProductRetrieveView. The ProductSummarySerializer (which is used to serialize attributes available across all products of the site) now must be configured using the settings directive SHOP_PRODUCT_SUMMARY_SERIALIZER.

All Angular directives have been checked for HTML5 mode compatibility. It is strongly recommended over hashbang mode.

Billing and shipping address have been unified into one single address form which makes them easier to interchange. The salutation field has been removed from the address model and can now optionally be added to the merchant representation.

All AngularJS directives for the catalog list and catalog search view support infinite scroll, as well as manual pagination.

After upgrading to angular-ui-bootstrap version 0.14, all corresponding directives have to be prefixed with uib-....

There is no more need for a special URL pattern to handle auto-completion search. Instead use the wrapping view shop.search.views.CMSPageCatalogWrapper.

0.9.3

This version requires djangocms-cascade 0.11.0 or higher. Please ensure to run the migrations which convert the Cascade elements:

./manage.py migrate shop

0.9.2

The default address models have changed in 0.9.2. If you are upgrading from 0.9.0 or 0.9.1 and your project is using the default address models, you need to add a migration to make the necessary changes to your models:

./manage.py makemigrations --empty yourapp

Next, edit the migration file to look like this:

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
from __future__ import unicode_literals

from django.db import models, migrations


class Migration(migrations.Migration):

    dependencies = [
        # makemgirations will generate the dependencies for you.
    ]

    operations = [
        migrations.RenameField("ShippingAddress", "addressee", "name"),
        migrations.RenameField("ShippingAddress", "street", "address1"),
        migrations.RenameField("ShippingAddress", "supplement", "address2"),
        migrations.RenameField("ShippingAddress", "location", "city"),

        migrations.AlterField("ShippingAddress", "name", models.CharField(
            verbose_name="Full name", max_length=1024
        )),
        migrations.AlterField("ShippingAddress", "address1", models.CharField(
            verbose_name="Address line 1", max_length=1024
        )),
        migrations.AlterField("ShippingAddress", "address2", models.CharField(
            verbose_name="Address line 2", max_length=1024
        )),
        migrations.AlterField("ShippingAddress", "city", models.CharField(
            verbose_name="City", max_length=1024
        )),

        migrations.RenameField("BillingAddress", "addressee", "name"),
        migrations.RenameField("BillingAddress", "street", "address1"),
        migrations.RenameField("BillingAddress", "supplement", "address2"),
        migrations.RenameField("BillingAddress", "location", "city"),

        migrations.AlterField("BillingAddress", "name", models.CharField(
            verbose_name="Full name", max_length=1024
        )),
        migrations.AlterField("BillingAddress", "address1", models.CharField(
            verbose_name="Address line 1", max_length=1024
        )),
        migrations.AlterField("BillingAddress", "address2", models.CharField(
            verbose_name="Address line 2", max_length=1024
        )),
        migrations.AlterField("BillingAddress", "city", models.CharField(
            verbose_name="City", max_length=1024
        )),
    ]

Finally, apply the migration:

./manage.py migrate yourapp