Flask-Track-Usage 1.1.0 Released

A few years ago the initial Flask-Track-Usage release was announced via my blog. At the time I thought I’d probably be the one user. I’m glad to say I was wrong! Today I’m happy to announce the release of Flask-Track-Usage 1.1.0 which sports a number enhancements and bug fixes.

Unfortunately, some changes are not backwards compatible. However, I believe the backwards incompatible changes make the overall experience better. If you would like to stick with the previous version of Flask-Track-Usage make sure to version pin in your requirements file/section:

flask_track_usage==1.0.1

Version 1.1.0 has made changes requested by the community as well as a few bug fixes. These include:

  • Addition of the X-Forwarded-For header as xforwardedfor in storage. Requested by jamylak.
  • Configurable GeoIP endpoint support. Requested by jamylak.
  • Migration from pymongo.Connection to pymongo.MongoClient.
  • Better SQLStorage metadata handling. Requested by gouthambs.
  • SQLStorage implementation redesign. Requested and implemented by gouthambs.
  • Updated documentation for 1.1.0.
  • Better unittesting.

I’d like to thank Gouthaman Balaraman who has been a huge help authoring the SQLStorage based on the SQLAlchemy ORM and providing feedback and support on Flask-Track-Usage design.

As always, please report bugs and feature requests on the GitHub Issues Page.

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