migrate 0.7.2-1ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu


migrate (0.7.2-1ubuntu1) precise; urgency=low

  * debian/patches/disable_issuetracker.patch, debian/control:
    - Don't use python-sphinxcontrib.issuetracker, as it requires
      network access during build.  Fixes FTBFS.
 -- Michael Terry <email address hidden>   Mon, 28 Nov 2011 14:23:45 -0500

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Precise: [FULLYBUILT] i386


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migrate_0.7.2.orig.tar.gz 103.4 KiB 7f55c768ee26f143fedb11b365a4c57c3bbdb5211e049c7f04b8ae8107c28333
migrate_0.7.2-1ubuntu1.debian.tar.gz 8.3 KiB 924a6cbb5172c306ed1d0aee48759e48e8cd7ecf8f5775c740e7925de88ea7de
migrate_0.7.2-1ubuntu1.dsc 1.6 KiB c8740392f50170b0dbde6596a28786fb8244a45e77b60537451008e556491241

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python-migrate: Database schema migration for SQLAlchemy

 Inspired by Ruby on Rails' migrations, migrate provides a way to deal
 with database schema changes in SQLAlchemy projects.
 SQLAlchemy-migrate is build on top of SQLAlchemy and provides a changeset
 and a versioning API for database schemas as well as a script utilizing
 these APIs. The database change sets are managed in a file based
 repository allowing upgrades and downgrades of database schema versions.
 The change sets may consist of Python code facilitating the changeset API
 or SQL scripts.
 SQLAlchemy-migrate has support for MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQLite and Oracle
 databases. The support for Oracle is not as well tested as the support for
 the other database systems.