Changelog

3.0 (5 July 2019)

This is the first major release of Indigo with over a year of active development. Upgrade to this version by installing updated dependencies and running migrations.

  • FEATURE: Support images in documents
  • FEATURE: Download as XML
  • FEATURE: Annotations/comments on documents
  • FEATURE: Download documents as ZIP archives
  • FEATURE: You can now highlight lines of text in the editor and transform them into a table, using the Edit > Insert Table menu item.
  • FEATURE: Edit menu with Find, Replace, Insert Table, Insert Image, etc.
  • FEATURE: Presence indicators for other users editing the same document.
  • FEATURE: Assignable tasks and workflows.
  • FEATURE: Social/oauth login supported.
  • FEATURE: Localisation support for different languages and legal traditions.
  • FEATURE: Badge-based permissions system
  • FEATURE: Email notifications
  • FEATURE: Improved diffs in document and work version histories
  • FEATURE: Batch creation of works from Google Sheets
  • FEATURE: Permissions-based API access
  • FEATURE: Attach publication documents to works
  • FEATURE: Measure work completeness
  • BREAKING: Templates for localised rendering have moved to templates/indigo_api/akn/
  • BREAKING: The LIME editor has been removed.
  • BREAKING: Content API for published documents is now a separate module and versioned under /v2/
  • BREAKING: Some models have moved from indigo_app to indigo_api, you may need to updated your references appropriately.

2.0 (6 April 2017)

  • Upgraded to Django 1.10
  • Upgraded a number of dependencies to support Django 1.10
  • FEATURE: significantly improved mechanism for maintaining amended versions of documents
  • FEATURE: you can now edit tables directly inline in a document
  • FEATURE: quickly edit a document section without having to open it via the TOC
  • FEATURE: support for newlines in tables
  • FEATURE: improved document page layout
  • FEATURE: pre-loaded set of publication names per country
  • Assent and commencement notices are no longer H3 elements, so PDFs don’t include them in their TOCs. #28
  • FIX: bug when saving an edited section
  • FIX: ensure TOC urls use expression dates
  • FIX: faster document saving

After upgrading to this version, you must run migrations:

python manage.py migrate

We also recommend updating the list of countries:

python manage.py update_countries_plus

1.1 (2016-12-19)

  • First tagged release