Upgrading from Django <= 1.3 to Django 1.4¶
In versions of Django < 1.4 the project folder was in fact a python package as well (note the __init__.py in your project root). In Django 1.4, there is no such file and thus the project is not a python module.
When you upgrade your Django project to the Django 1.4 layout, you need to remove the __init__.py file in the root of your project (and move any python files that reside there other than the manage.py) otherwise you will get a `ImportError: No module named urls` exception.
This happens because Nose will intelligently try to populate your sys.path, and in this particular case includes your parent directory if your project has a __init__.py file (see: https://github.com/nose-devs/nose/blob/release_1.1.2/nose/importer.py#L134).
This means that even though you have set up your directory structure properly and set your ROOT_URLCONF=’my_project.urls’ to match the new structure, when running django-nose’s test runner it will try to find your urls.py file in ‘my_project.my_project.urls’.
Upgrading from Django < 1.2¶
Django 1.2 switches to a class-based test runner. To use django-nose
with Django 1.2, change your
django_nose.run_tests will continue to work in Django 1.2 but will raise a
warning. In Django 1.3, it will stop working.
If you were using
django_nose.run_gis_tests, you should also switch to
django_nose.NoseTestSuiteRunner and use one of the spatial backends in
If you want to use django-nose with Django 1.1, use https://github.com/django-nose/django-nose/tree/django-1.1 or http://pypi.python.org/pypi/django-nose/0.0.3.
django-nose does not support Django 1.0.