Author: Marek Wywia?


        Liquibase migrations with django.
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 - License: BSD
 - Liquibase license: Apache 2.0
 - Author:  Marek Wywia? <>

Quick start
 - install liquimigrate, python install
 - add 'liquimigrate' to **INSTALLED_APPS**
 - configure **LIQUIMIGRATE_CHANGELOG_FILES** = { 'default': os.path.join(os.path.dirname(__file__), "migrations", "migrations.xml") in settings }
 - ensure that you have java on your path, liquibase and java drivers are embedded into package

Just run ./ liquibase update or ./ liquibase -h

To learn how to use liquibase look at liquibase documentation:

Configuration settings
 * **LIQUIMIGRATE_CHANGELOG_FILES** - dictionary with paths to change log files f.e. 'os.path.join(os.path.dirname(__file__), "migrations", "migrations.xml")' for every database connection you need to maintain using liquimigrate
 * old method is still supported: **LIQUIMIGRATE_CHANGELOG_FILE** - path to change log file f.e. 'os.path.join(os.path.dirname(__file__), "migrations", "migrations.xml")'
 * **LIQUIMIGRATE_DATABASE** - selected database - default 'default'

How it works
Database settings are got from **DATEBASES**, from key *'default'* or key
configured in as **LIQUIMIGRATE_DATABASE**.

Changelog path are got from **LIQUIMIGRATE_CHANGELOG_FILES** or from command line
(check -h).

Supported drivers:
 * postgresql
 * mysql
 * more in future

Whole command code is put in:
 - liquimigrate/management/commands/
 - java connectors are stored in liquimigrate/vendor/connectors
 - available drivers mapping is stored in liquimigrate/
 - mapping to create db url for drivers is stored in liquimigrate/management/commands/ in **DB_DEFAULTS**