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0.7.5

Added

  • Allow path parameters to also be defined with <> as alternative to {}.

Example

from lilya.routing import Path

Path("/<age:int>", ...)

0.7.4

Added

  • Translations to portuguese.

Fixed

  • Missing settings in the runserver directive.

0.7.3

Fixed

  • Documentation generation for typing.Unpack.

0.7.2

Changed

  • Optimised the encoders and how it evaluates the ENCODER_TYPES.
  • Internal fixes in the TestClient and internals.

0.7.1

Fixed

  • Import cast clashing with local variables.

0.7.0

Added

Fixed

  • Internal AsyncExitStack middleware raising exception.

0.6.1

Changed

  • Internal support for hatch and removed the need for a Makefile
  • Documentation references
  • Internals for Directives. #54 by @devkral.

0.6.0

Fixed

  • add_arguments from BaseDirective to not raise NotImplementedError exception.

0.5.0

Added

  • settings_module also supports import as string

Example

from lilya.apps import Lilya
from lilya.requests import Request
from lilya.routing import Path


async def home(): ...


app = Lilya(
    routes=[Path("/", handler=home)],
    settings_module="myapp.configs.settings.AppSettings",
)

0.4.0

Added

  • encoders directly embed in any response. The encoders is a list of lilya.encoder.Encoder type of objects that can be passed directly into the response. SInce the responses can be independent ASGI applications, the encoders can be passed directly there.

0.3.5

Changed

  • Documentation improvements.

Fixed

  • Typo in the create project directive urls file descripton.

0.3.4

Added

  • Extra validations to handle the events.

0.3.3

Added

  • settings_module when passed in the instance of Lilya will take precedence over the global settings, removing the need of using constantly the LILYA_SETTINGS_MODULE.
  • ApplicationSettingsMiddleware as internal that handles with the settings_module provided and maps the context of the settings.

Example of the way the settings are evaluated

from dataclasses import dataclass

from lilya.apps import Lilya
from lilya.conf import settings
from lilya.conf.global_settings import Settings
from lilya.responses import Ok
from lilya.routing import Include, Path

async def home():
    title = getattr(settings, "title", "Lilya")
    return Ok({"title": title, "debug": settings.debug})


@dataclass
class NewSettings(Settings):
    title: str = "Settings being parsed by the middleware and make it app global"
    debug: bool = False


@dataclass
class NestedAppSettings(Settings):
    title: str = "Nested app title"
    debug: bool = True


app = Lilya(
    settings_module=NewSettings,
    routes=[
        Path("/home", handler=home),
        Include(
            "/child",
            app=Lilya(
                settings_module=NestedAppSettings,
                routes=[
                    Path("/home", handler=home),
                ],
            ),
        ),
    ],
)

In the context of the controller home, based on the path being called, it should return the corresponding value of the title according to the settings of the app that is included.

Changed

  • createapp directive views.py file generated renamed to controllers.py.

0.3.2

Fixed

  • Missing requirements needed for the pip install lilya[cli]

0.3.1

Added

  • New await request.data() and await request.text() .
  • media to Request object returning a dict containing the content type media definitions in a dictionary like format.

0.3.0

Added

  • Allow Encoder and Transformer to be registered without forcing to be instances.

Changed

  • Add __slots__ to Request.

0.2.3

Added

  • Alias Middleware to be imported from lilya.middleware.

Fixed

  • message in responses was not passing the proper headers.

0.2.2

Added

  • New lazy loading settings system making it more unique and dynamic.

0.2.1

Changed

  • Update internal dymmond-settings minimum requirement.

0.2.0

Added

  • Support for len in Secret datastructure.

Changed

  • The way the signature is evaluated in the Path and WebSocketPath
  • Internal code refactoring for signature and include.

BREAKING CHANGE

  • SETTINGS_MODULE was renamed to LILYA_SETTINGS_MODULE.

Fixed

  • namespace validation for Include.
  • Internal form parser was duplicating the values.

0.1.2

Fixed

  • Transformer to allow to be hashable from the dataclasses.

0.1.1

Fixed

  • Context scope for app not being properly called from the request.

0.1.0

Initial release of Lilya.

  • A lightweight ASGI toolkit.
  • Support for HTTP/WebSocket.
  • Tasks (in ASGI known as background tasks).
  • Lifespan events (on_startup/on_shutdown and lifespan).
  • Native permission system.
  • Middlewares (Compressor, CSRF, Session, CORS...).
  • A native and optional client.
  • Directive management control system for any custom scripts to run inside the application.
  • Dynamic routing system with the help of the native Include and minimum boilerplate.
  • Native settings system. No more bloated instances.