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License
BSD
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Lastest release
version 0.2.4 on Jun 22nd, 2013

jmbo-calendar

Running tests

Tests use Spatialite and require pysqlite >= 2.5. Pysqlite needs to be built with enable_load_extension - this is not the default for most packages. Be sure to enable it before running tests.

Authors

Praekelt Foundation
  • Shaun Sephton
  • Jonathan Bydendyk
  • Rizmari Versfeld

Changelog

0.2.4
  1. Add missing South migration dependency.
0.2.3
  1. Friendlier URLs.
  2. Do not show canonical image on detail view if images provided in rich text content.
  3. Order admin fields.
0.2.2 (2013-02-15)
  1. Display last date and time if there is no next repetition of an event.
  2. Improve translation awareness.
0.2.1 (2012-10-15)
  1. All templates in basic layer.
0.2
  1. Major refactor. Introduced a dependency on jmbo-foundry.
0.0.2 (2011-08-22)
  1. Initial Release.

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Last updated Jun 22nd, 2013

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