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Django 4.1.1 release notes

September 5, 2022

Django 4.1.1 fixes several bugs in 4.1.

Bugfixes

  • Reallowed, following a regression in Django 4.1, using GeoIP2() when GEOS is not installed (#33886).
  • Fixed a regression in Django 4.1 that caused a crash of admin’s autocomplete widgets when translations are deactivated (#33888).
  • Fixed a regression in Django 4.1 that caused a crash of the test management command when running in parallel and multiprocessing start method is spawn (#33891).
  • Fixed a regression in Django 4.1 that caused an incorrect redirection to the admin changelist view when using “Save and continue editing” and “Save and add another” options (#33893).
  • Fixed a regression in Django 4.1 that caused a crash of Window expressions with ArrayAgg (#33898).
  • Fixed a regression in Django 4.1 that caused a migration crash on SQLite 3.35.5+ when removing an indexed field (#33899).
  • Fixed a bug in Django 4.1 that caused a crash of model validation on UniqueConstraint() with field names in expressions (#33902).
  • Fixed a bug in Django 4.1 that caused an incorrect validation of CheckConstraint() with range fields on PostgreSQL (#33905).
  • Fixed a regression in Django 4.1 that caused an incorrect migration when adding AutoField, BigAutoField, or SmallAutoField on PostgreSQL (#33919).
  • Fixed a regression in Django 4.1 that caused a migration crash on PostgreSQL when altering AutoField, BigAutoField, or SmallAutoField to OneToOneField (#33932).
  • Fixed a migration crash on ManyToManyField fields with through referencing models in different apps (#33938).
  • Fixed a regression in Django 4.1 that caused an incorrect migration when renaming a model with ManyToManyField and db_table (#33953).
  • Reallowed, following a regression in Django 4.1, creating reverse foreign key managers on unsaved instances (#33952).
  • Fixed a regression in Django 4.1 that caused a migration crash on SQLite < 3.20 (#33960).
  • Fixed a regression in Django 4.1 that caused an admin crash when the admindocs app was used (#33955, #33971).
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