Changes between Version 13 and Version 14 of NewformsAdminBranch


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Timestamp:
04/06/2007 11:32:57 PM (8 years ago)
Author:
adrian
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Updated roadmap

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    1919    * Enable developers to declare custom widgets for particular fields in a model.
    2020    * Enable developers to declare custom admin-only validation for a model (i.e., validation logic that is applied only in the admin site, nowhere else).
    21   * "Would be nice, and we're going to try our hardest to get this in" goals
    2221    * Give developers extra hooks into the admin-site functionality. (Yes, this is a broad goal. More examples are forthcoming.)
    2322    * Integrate some ideas from #2248: Remove {{{core=True}}}, specify inline models in the model itself rather than in the related model, specify which fields should be displayed inline.
     
    4039|| Change {{{_meta.admin}}} on a model to be a {{{ModelAdmin}}} class instead of a {{{AdminOptions}}} instance, and remove the {{{AdminOptions}}} class. || Done in [4343] ||
    4140|| Clean up some of the admin: fold {{{ChangeList}}} methods/functionality into {{{ModelAdmin}}}. || Not done yet ||
    42 || Change {{{ModelAdmin.add_view}}} to use newforms. || In progress ||
    43 || Change {{{ModelAdmin.change_view}}} to use newforms. || In progress ||
     41|| Change {{{ModelAdmin.add_view}}} to use newforms. || Done ||
     42|| Change {{{ModelAdmin.change_view}}} to use newforms. || Done ||
    4443|| Change {{{raw_id_admin}}} so that it's a {{{class Admin}}} option rather than being a database {{{Field}}} option. || Done in [4430] ||
    45 || Figure out a cleaner way of specifying admin options, now that {{{class Admin}}} is much more powerful. It doesn't feel like it should live in the model anymore. || Not done yet; discussion is [http://groups.google.com/group/django-developers/browse_frm/thread/d94c7b11392c5085/# here] ||
     44|| Figure out a cleaner way of specifying admin options, now that {{{class Admin}}} is much more powerful. It doesn't feel like it should live in the model anymore. || Done; see [http://groups.google.com/group/django-developers/browse_frm/thread/d94c7b11392c5085/ discussion] ||
     45|| Implement edit-inline functionality || Not done yet ||
    4646
    4747== Backwards-incompatible changes ==
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