Elixir 0.6.1 released!
Gaetan de Menten
gdementen at gmail.com
Mon Aug 18 21:04:54 CEST 2008
I am very pleased to announce that version 0.6.1 of Elixir
(http://elixir.ematia.de) is now available. As always, feedback is
very welcome, preferably on Elixir mailing list.
This is a minor release featuring some bug fixes (one of them to
handle a late rename in SQLAlchemy's 0.5 beta cycle), a new, slighty
nicer, syntax for providing custom arguments to the column(s) needed
for ManyToOne relationships and some exception messages improvements.
The full list of changes can be seen at:
What is Elixir?
Elixir is a declarative layer on top of the SQLAlchemy library. It is
a fairly thin wrapper, which provides the ability to create simple
Python classes that map directly to relational database tables (this
pattern is often referred to as the Active Record design pattern),
providing many of the benefits of traditional databases without losing
the convenience of Python objects.
Elixir is intended to replace the ActiveMapper SQLAlchemy extension,
and the TurboEntity project but does not intend to replace
SQLAlchemy's core features, and instead focuses on providing a simpler
syntax for defining model objects when you do not need the full
expressiveness of SQLAlchemy's manual mapper definitions.
Gaëtan de Menten
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