Changes

0.5.2 (Mar 22, 2014)

Highlights

  • Added readable Field instances repr. See issue 20.
  • Added readable Model classes and instances repr.

0.5.1 (Jan 31, 2014)

Highlights

  • The Email validator now only performs a basic sanity check instead of the more restrictive previous check. See issue 17.
  • The List validator now accepts any object that implements the list interface (collections.MutableSequence). See issue 18.
  • Any object implementing the dict interface (collections.MutableMapping) can be used as a value for an Embedded field. See issue 18.
  • When iterating a Model object all objects implementing the list interface are treated as lists. See issue 18.

0.5.0 (Jan 4, 2014)

Backwards-incompatible

  • Now field validators must be callable objects. Before this release validators had a validate method that is not longer used to perform a validation. This change only affects to custom user validators with a validate method.

Highlights

  • The FieldError exception now is raised only with the field name as argument. See issue 12.
  • Fields default argument callables can now optionally receive the model as argument.
  • Added the inspection module which provides the get_fields and is_model functions as a public api to get access to models fields and type validation.

0.4.0 (Ago 4, 2013)

Backwards-incompatible

  • Moved the Model.to_dict functionality to dict(model).
  • The Model.validation_errors method now is an interable of field name and validaton error pairs.
  • Removed the Field subfix for all Booby fields. Now use the module as namespace: fields.String.

Highlights

  • Added an is_valid property to Model.
  • The Model instances now are iterables of field name, value pairs.

0.3.0 (Jun 20, 2013)

Highlights

  • When passed a callable object as a field default then the default value for this field in a model instance will be the return value of the given callable.
  • Added the models.Model.validation_errors() method to get a dict of field name and error message pairs for all invalid model fields.