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ChainedForeignKey doesn't support abbreviated ForeignKey model name syntax #16

acdha opened this Issue Mar 28, 2011 · 0 comments

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acdha commented Mar 28, 2011

The standard Django ForeignKey field allows you to reference models which have not yet been defined using either the name of the model (e.g. models.ForeignKey("Author")) but ChainedForeignKey requires the full <app>.<model> syntax to avoid a ValueError in on line 16 when it attempts to split the field name.

Since the shorter form is actually recommended by default in the Django documentation (see this difference should at least be documented.

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