The latest release now fully supports Django 4.1, and drops support for Django 2.2.
Our requirements are now:
- Python 3.6+
- Django 4.1, 4.0, 3.2, 3.1, 3.0
serializer_instance.is_valid(True) is no longer acceptable syntax.
If you'd like to use the
raise_exceptions argument, you must use it as a
See Pull Request #7952 for more details.
Previously, if you used a serializer field with
many=True with a dot notated source field
that didn't exist, it would raise an
AttributeError. Now it will return the default or be
skipped depending on the other arguments.
See Pull Request #7574 for more details.
Returns a reference to the serializer component. This may be useful if you override
When OR-ing two permissions, the request has to pass either class's
has_permission() and has_object_permission().
Previously, both class's
has_permission() was ignored when OR-ing two permissions together.
See Pull Request #7522 for more details.
There are a number of minor fixes and improvements in this release. See the release notes page for a complete listing.