* [4191afd691] - feat: Make default labels prettier (93)
* [fb908697a6] - Return to preserved filters on change_list after object action (88)
I didn't get around to everything I listed in 44 as a release blocker for 1.0,
but with Django going 2.0 and dropping backwards compatibility, I decided this
library needs some more stability. In the future look for more removals as
support for older versions of Django keep getting dropped.
* [430be02e59] - Add support for Django 2.0 (85)
* [a7b183f3c1] - Cleanup random Django version support docs (86)
* [81af3e7cd5] - Add a redirect example to the README (82)
* Add support for Django 1.11 (76 78)
* Add support for all primary key formats (75)
* Add support for Django 1.10 (74)
* Documentation tweaks (71 70)
* Remove support for Django 1.6 (73)
* Fix how the demo site stopped working because of bad settings
* Fix how extra_context set by admins was not passed
* Fix how if you had multiple admins, you always got redirected to the default admin
* Renames `objectactions` to `change_actions`
* Removes `get_object_actions` (see below)
* Adds `changelist_actions` for creating action tools in the change list view too
* Adds `get_change_actions` and `get_changelist_actions`
* Deleted `get_object_actions(request, context, **kwargs)`. If you used this
before, use `get_change_actions(request, object_id, form_url)` instead. To
get at the original object, instead of `context['original']`, you can use
`self.model.get(pk=object_id)`, `self.get_object(request, object_id)`, etc.
This isn't as convenient as it used to be, but now it uses the officially
documented way to add extra context to admin views.
* Renamed `objectactions`. In your admin, instead of defining your actions in
the `objectactions` attribute, use `change_actions`.