I do not see a lot of a indie blog posts on this subject, so I’m trying to send out a short and sweet note out to the web I suppose. Something that wasn’t written five or eight or ten years ago…
Odds are you will not encounter a
GenericForeignKey early in your Django career. There are reasons to try and avoid it too.
Ok, the note. Sorry!
Basically, no migrations are needed when using or changing the value of
for_concrete_model on a
GenericForeignKey in your
I tested this with
django-moderation and was a little surprised.