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The Model Class used by
SomeModel = apps.get_model('some_app', 'SomeModel')
is not the model class you wrote.
Consider this example.
Inventory(models.Model): quantity = models.IntegerField() LogEntry(models.Model): text = models.TextField() created = models.DateTimeField(auto_now_add=True) inventory = models.ForeignKey(Inventory, related_name="logs") def __unicode__(self): return self.text
We want to cache the last logentry as a field on Inventory. Don't ask why, we just do.
We'll change the model like this:
Inventory(models.Model): quantity = models.IntegerField() last_log_entry = models.TextField() LogEntry(models.Model): text = models.TextField() created = models.DateTimeField(auto_now_add=True) inventory = models.ForeignKey(Inventory, related_name ...
I have a continual interest in finding the rough edges of learning Django. Some of the points of form and request handling have been coming up for me recently. What follows is an attempt at some explanation of the difference between
form.cleaned_data of a valid Django Form.
There are two different ways to get the info that you're looking for.
request.POST[somekey] Where somekey is a string representing the associated html
<input name="somekey" />.
There is also
forms.cleaned_data[somekey] where somekey is the name of the attribute on the ...
I heard about Toga from twitter. Apparently it was introduced at PyConAU. I took an hour to whip up a small app that will let you touch buttons to launch fabric tasks.
None of them can take arguments, so it relies on defaults and a fully-stocked set of 'env' variables, but that's ok, this is just a silly hack to explore a new gui framework.
What I mean is, it seems to have a long way ...