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version 0.5.4 on May 23rd, 2012

Flask support for MongoDB using MongoAlchemy.

Documentation

If you want to get started, check the example sourcecode out.

For full documentation, see the online docs at: http://packages.python.org/Flask-MongoAlchemy/.

Development

Bootstraping the development environment

If you are using a virtualenv, bootstrap your development environment by running:

$ make bootstrap
Running tests

With all dependencies installed (after bootstrap development env), just run:

$ make test
Community

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Changelog

Flask-MongoAlchemy 0.5.4
  • [bugfix] fix compatibility with pymongo 2.2
Flask-MongoAlchemy 0.5.3
  • [bugfix] fixed a bug on setup.py
Flask-MongoAlchemy 0.5.2
  • added a configuration value to do user authentication per server or per database
  • [bugfix] fixed server based authentication
Flask-MongoAlchemy 0.5.1
  • [bugfix] fixing the subpackage structure
Flask-MongoAlchemy 0.5
  • Capability to deal with multiple Mongo sessions
Flask-MongoAlchemy 0.4.3
  • [bugfix] added database to MongoDB URI for authenticated connectinos
Flask-MongoAlchemy 0.4.2
  • Fixed pymongo dependency in setup.py
Flask-MongoAlchemy 0.4.1
  • MongoAlchemy 0.9 as dependency
  • [bugfix] safe session operations on connect, save and remove
Flask-MongoAlchemy 0.4
  • Documentation improvements
  • Support for safe or unsafe sessions and operations
Flask-MongoAlchemy 0.3.3
  • Fixed dependencies on setup.py
Flask-MongoAlchemy 0.3.2
  • Compability with Flask 0.7
Flask-MongoAlchemy 0.3.1
  • [bugfix] method get on Query objects was never returning the object
Flask-MongoAlchemy 0.3
  • Introduced update queries support
Flask-MongoAlchemy 0.2
  • Reverse compatibility broken on Document class. The get() method was moved to BaseQuery class. Here the old code, on version 0.1:

    >>> Document.get(mongo_id)
    

    And the new code, on version 0.2:

    >>> Document.query.get(mongo_id)
    
  • Added get_or_404, first_or_404 and paginate methods on BaseQuery class. Check the documentation to know how to use them :)

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