0.24.1 (2015-11-09)#

Note worthy changes#

  • Non-test code accidentally had test packages as a dependency.

Backwards incompatible changes#

  • Setting a password after logging in with a social account no longer logs out the user by default on Django 1.7+. Setting an initial password and changing the password both respect settings.ACCOUNT_LOGOUT_ON_PASSWORD_CHANGE.

0.24.0 (2015-11-08)#

Note worthy changes#

  • Django 1.9b1 compatibility.

  • Seppo Erviälä contributed a Finnish translation, thanks!

  • Iurii Kriachko contributed a Basecamp provider, thanks!

Backwards incompatible changes#

  • Increased SocialApp key/secret/token sizes to 191, decreased SocialAccount.uid size to 191. The latter was done in order to accommodate for MySQL in combination with utf8mb4 and constraints on uid. Note that uid is used to store OpenID URLs, which can theoretically be longer than 191 characters, although in practice this does not seem to be the case. In case you really need to control the uid length, set settings.SOCIALACCOUNT_UID_MAX_LENGTH accordingly. Migrations are in place.

0.23.0 (2015-08-02)#

Note worthy changes#

  • David Friedman contributed Edmodo support, thanks!

  • Added support for ACCOUNT_LOGIN_ON_PASSWORD_RESET (thanks Julen!)

Backwards incompatible changes#


0.22.0 (2015-07-23)#

Note worthy changes#

  • Reversal of the email confirmation url can now be overridden in the adapter (get_email_confirmation_url). Additionally, the complete confirmation email handling can be overridden via send_confirmation_mail.

  • Template context processors are no longer used.

  • The Facebook Graph API fields (/me/?fields=…) can now be configured using the provider FIELDS setting.

Backwards incompatible changes#

  • Dropped support for Python 2.6 and Django <1.6.

  • The default Facebook Graph API version is now v2.4.

  • Template context processors are no longer used. The context processor for allauth.account was already empty, and the context processor for allauth.socialaccount has been converted into the :doc:{% get_providers %} <templates> template tag.

0.21.0 (2015-07-02)#

Note worthy changes#

  • You can now tweak the authentication params per OAuth provider, as you already could for OAuth2. Contributed by Peter Rowlands, thanks.

  • Nattaphoom Ch. contributed a Thai translation, thanks!

  • Guoyu Hao contributed a Baidu provider, thanks!

  • Rod Xavier Bondoc contributed support logging out on password change (see setting: ACCOUNT_LOGOUT_ON_PASSWORD_CHANGE)

Backwards incompatible changes#

  • In version 0.20.0 an account migration (0002_email_max_length) was added to alter the maximum length of the email field. Unfortunately, a side effect of this migration was that the unique=True setting slipped through as well. Hardcoding this to True is wrong, as uniqueness actually depends on the ACCOUNT_UNIQUE_EMAIL setting. We cannot create a followup 0003 migration to set things straight, as the 0002 migration may fail on installations where email addresses are not unique. Therefore, we had to resort to changing an existing migration which is normally not the right thing to do. In case your installation has ACCOUNT_UNIQUE_EMAIL set to True, you need not take any further action. In case it is set to False and migration 0002 already ran, please issue a --fake migration down to 0001, followed by a re-run of the updated 0002.

0.20.0 (2015-05-25)#

Note worthy changes#

  • Patrick Paul contributed a provider for Evernote, thanks!

  • Josh Wright contributed a provider for Spotify, thanks!

  • Björn Andersson added support for Dropbox OAuth2, thanks!

  • guoqiao contributed a provider for Douban, thanks!

Backwards incompatible changes#

  • Given that the max_length for the Django 1.8 EmailField has been bumped to 254, allauth is following up. Migrations (account) are in place.

0.19.1 (2015-02-05)#

Note worthy changes#

  • Fixed migrations when using South & Django 1.6.

0.19.0 (2015-01-04)#

Note worthy changes#

  • Basil Shubin contributed an Odnoklassniki provider, thanks!

  • Facebook: If the JS SDK is not available, for example due to a browser plugin like Disconnect.me that blocks it, login falls back to the regular non JS handshake.

  • is_safe_url can now be overridden

  • Facebook: The Graph API version is now configurable via SOCIALACCOUNT_PROVIDERS.

  • A Firefox Accounts provider was added by Jannis Leidel, thanks!

  • Josh Owen contributed Coinbase support, thanks!

  • Tomas Babej contributed a Slovak translation, thanks!

  • Moved existing migrations into south_migrations

  • “zbryikt” contributed a Taiwanese Chinese translation, thanks!

  • Added support for custom password rules via clean_password.

Backwards incompatible changes#

  • In the upcoming Django 1.8 it is no longer possible to hookup an unsaved User instance to a SocialAccount. Therefore, if you are inspecting the sociallogin object, you should now use sociallogin.user instead of sociallogin.account.user.

  • When users logged in while User.is_active was False, they were sent to /accounts/inactive/ in case of a social login, and received a form validation error in case of a local login. This needless inconsistency has been removed. The validation error no longer appears and local logins are also redirected to /accounts/inactive/.

  • In case you were overriding the ResetPasswordForm: the save method now takes request as its first argument.

  • All existing migrations have been moved into south_migrations packages, this in order not to conflict with Django’s built-in support for migrations. South 1.0 automatically picks up this new location. Upgrade South if you are still dependent on these migrations.