flask-track-usage 2.0.0

flask-track-usage 2.0.0 has been released! Thanks to all who helped provide patches and test. Note: 2.0.0 is the recommended upgrade version from 1.1.0. 1.1.1 was released for those who are unable to make the needed changes to move to 2.x. You can check out the latest docs over at readthedocs.

The changes include:

  • MANIFEST.in: Add alembic to dist
  • CONTRIBUTORS: Add John Dupuy
  • py3: Fix import issue with summarization
  • .travis: Change mysql driver
  • test: Fix summerize tests for py3
  • travis: Add 3.6
  • docs: Quick fixes
  • README.md: Update docs to rtd
  • Use parens for multilines
  • Update versions to 2.0.0
  • sql: Increase ip_info from 128 to 1024
  • alembic: Upgrade ip_info from 128 to 1024
  • alembic: Support for upgrading SQL schema
  • sql: Create table if it is not present
  • couchdb: Add track_var and username
  • redis: Add track_var and username
  • Adding user_defined variable field to storage
  • Hooks: add new hooks system
  • test: Skip mongoengine if connection can not be made
  • storage: Rename to PrinterWriter
  • output: Add OutputWriter
  • storage: Create base class and Writer
  • requirements: Added six
  • Copyright now a range
  • Add CONTRIBUTORS
  • doc: Add note about py2 and 3
  • py3: Fix most obvious offenders
  • Move mongoengine ref in Travis CI config
  • Update Travis CI config to include mongoengine lib
  • pep8 fixes
  • MongoEngineStorage: updated docs; added get_usage
  • added testing
  • moved MongoEngineStorage to mongo.py
  • doc: Minor updates for a future release
  • Initial support for multiple storage backends
  • Update versions to denote moving towards 2.0.0
  • Added MongoEngineStorage code; adding test next.
  • docs: Update version to 1.1.1
  • release: v1.1.1
  • Updates for freegeoip function
  • test: Update sqlalchemy test for updated flask
  • test: Update mongo test for updated flask
  • test: test_data works with current Flask results
  • travis: Force pymongo version for travis
  • storage: Minor doc and structure updates for new backends.
  • Redis support
  • Added CouchDB integration. (#30)
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