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OpenSpending v0.10 released

September 20, 2011 in Open Spending, Releases

This post is by Martin Keegan, project lead on OpenSpending.

We’ve released v0.10 of the OpenSpending code, and made it live on http://openspending.org/

Changes in v0.10:

  • Data loading has been separated from the main web application. Web-based and command-line tools for data wranglers to load/reload datasets have been separated from the main end-user facing web application. They now reside in separate code repositories; there has been signficant reorganisation of the resulting source trees

  • More tests. Test coverage and organisation has been improved, and considerably more of the tests pass

  • Model overhaul. The integration between python and MongoDB has been effectively replaced

  • Removed dependency on celery. Long-running import tasks used to use a third-party subsystem called celery, which proved an administration and reliability hassle. It has been replaced by our own code.

  • Command line interface tidied up

  • Data-wrangler workflow improvements. Drop dataset is now supported, as are CLI and WUI tools for tagging CKAN packages for use with OpenSpending

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