latin1_swedish_ci encoding of tables in database #3

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dizpers opened this Issue Nov 1, 2012 · 3 comments

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dizpers commented Nov 1, 2012

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vdboor commented Nov 1, 2012

Ah, I presume you've fixed this one.. :D If there is anything else you'd like to know or change, please let me know!

dizpers commented Nov 2, 2012

Yes, it was my mistake - I created db in phpmyadmin with collate = latin1_swedish_ci (o_O) instead of utf8_general_ci. And the solution was simply - recreate database with necessary collate and do syncdb for app.

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I really enjoy your comments app. By the way - it will be good to give a choice for developer - what inputs to render by passing parameters to templatetag. I, for example, need only comment field, which contains text of the comment and submit and preview buttons. To acheive this - I should override template form.html. Using templatetag with parameters will be more comfortable, I think. :-)

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vdboor commented Nov 11, 2012

Hi @dizpers thanks for the good suggestions, I've created a separate ticket for them and will implement those. I'm glad you like django-fluent-comments so far. This reminds me to build a PyPI release asap too. I recently added the badly needed moderation support. Hope you like that as well :)

@vdboor vdboor added a commit that referenced this issue Jan 6, 2013

@vdboor vdboor Add FLUENT_COMMENTS_EXCLUDE_FIELDS setting to hide fields on request.
Avoids code hacking to hide the title/URL fields, etc..
Requires to set `COMMENTS_APP = "fluent_comments"`.

Closes #3
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