migrate - SQLAlchemy Migrate (schema change management)

Author:Evan Rosson
Maintainer:Domen Kožar <domenNO@SPAMdev.si>
Maintainer:Jan Dittberner <jan.dittbernerNO@SPAMgooglemail.com>
Source Code:https://github.com/stackforge/sqlalchemy-migrate
Documentation:https://sqlalchemy-migrate.readthedocs.org/
Issues:https://bugs.launchpad.net/sqlalchemy-migrate
Generated:November 28, 2016
License:MIT
Version:0.7.3.dev

Overview

Inspired by Ruby on Rails’ migrations, SQLAlchemy Migrate provides a way to deal with database schema changes in SQLAlchemy projects.

Migrate was started as part of Google’s Summer of Code by Evan Rosson, mentored by Jonathan LaCour.

The project was taken over by a small group of volunteers when Evan had no free time for the project. It is now hosted as a Github project. During the hosting change the project was renamed to SQLAlchemy Migrate.

Currently, sqlalchemy-migrate supports Python versions from 2.6 to 2.7. SQLAlchemy Migrate 0.7.2 supports SQLAlchemy 0.6.x and 0.7.x branches.

Support for Python 2.4 and 2.5 as well as SQLAlchemy 0.5.x has been dropped after sqlalchemy-migrate 0.7.1.

Warning

Version 0.6 broke backward compatibility, please read changelog for more info.

Download and Development

Dialect support

[5](1, 2, 3, 4, 5) Table is renamed to temporary table, new table is created followed by INSERT statements.
[6]See http://www.sqlite.org/lang_altertable.html for more information. In cases not supported by sqlite, table is renamed to temporary table, new table is created followed by INSERT statements.
[7]You can not change datatype or rename column if table has NOT NULL data, see http://blogs.x2line.com/al/archive/2005/08/30/1231.aspx for more information.
[8]Changing nullable is not supported

Tutorials

List of useful tutorials:

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