Version 1.2.3 was released today, which fixes an issue with the
login failed event.
The event was not created due to a bug in the event handler.
Deploying a Django application is not always totally easy, especially with dependencies
like Celery and LaTeX.
Therefore, the new and recommended way to deploy the Helfertool is Docker together
with a Debian package called
helfertoolctl that provides things like a systemd service
Together with the Docker container, some more changes were done:
srcdirectory. Unfortunately, this makes updates of old Helfertool installations more complicated but it was necessary.
The installation instructions were updated in order to describe the new setup. It is recommended to migrate existing installations to Docker, the database of course stays the same.
Here are some hints how to move over to Docker:
helfertoolctl. Reuse the already existing database.
The Helfertool repository now (again) contains all JS and CSS dependencies. This means that npm and bower are no dependency anymore, this should make deployment easier and save around 50MB of disk space.
This means that the
can be removed.
It is recommended to run
python manage.py collectstatic --clear to
remove the old files from the static files directory that is served by
the web server.