Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 806463
Last modified: 2012-06-01 15:22:54 EDT
- Django-1.4 has a bundled jquery-1.4.2.
- django also bundles simplejson (already unbundled in fedora)
version 1.3.1 also bundled jquery-1.4.2, so the situation didn't change.
Afaik, there were some incompatible changes in jquery regarding event handling.
also reported upstream: https://code.djangoproject.com/ticket/17982
Created attachment 572695 [details]
Patch for Django.spec file
FWIW, I made a quick (and dirty?) patch for the Django.spec file to make it work for 1.4 (attached to this bug). This has been tested on F17, built with mock. The source URL is not matching the current situation, so this should also be adapted.
I don't know why the component is set to "python-django", as there doesn't exist such a package, only "Django".
Should I file a bug for some resolution of the EPEL-6 problem (which has now only unsupported 1.2)?
(In reply to comment #4)
> I don't know why the component is set to "python-django", as there doesn't
> exist such a package, only "Django".
There has been a rename of django packages to python-django , which is currently still ongoing, but only in F18, so you won't find this package in F17.
Thank you for the patch. There's also a python-django-build for f18 in koji from salimma http://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/buildinfo?buildID=309470
I guess, this should also work on f17
We're currently in the process of renaming [Dd]jango-packages to python-django-...
Thus, I reported the bug against fedora 18 / devel. The renamed packages are going into f18 (and later).
Django 1.3.1 is still supported by the django developers.
(In reply to comment #5)
> Should I file a bug for some resolution of the EPEL-6 problem (which has now
> only unsupported 1.2)?
not necessary: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=802153
(In reply to comment #2)
> also reported upstream: https://code.djangoproject.com/ticket/17982
Comment from upstream:
jQuery is used internally in the admin only and is properly namespaced as
`django.jQuery`. Django relies on it as a library for some of the admin
widgets, so unbundling would make using the Django admin much harder than
it should be.
django-1.4 is included currently in rawhide, and f17.