Database schema migration for SQLAlchemy
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SQLAlchemy Migrate

Fork from to get it working with SQLAlchemy 0.8.

Inspired by Ruby on Rails' migrations, Migrate provides a way to deal with database schema changes in SQLAlchemy projects.

Migrate extends SQLAlchemy to have database changeset handling. It provides a database change repository mechanism which can be used from the command line as well as from inside python code.


Sphinx documentation is available at the project page

Users and developers can be found at #openstack-dev on Freenode IRC network and at the public users mailing list migrate-users.

New releases and major changes are announced at the public announce mailing list openstack-dev and at the Python package index sqlalchemy-migrate.

Homepage is located at stackforge

You can also clone a current development version

Tests and Bugs

To run automated tests:

  • install tox: pip install -U tox
  • run tox: tox
  • to test only a specific Python version: tox -e py27 (Python 2.7)

Please report any issues with sqlalchemy-migrate to the issue tracker at Launchpad issues