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Fixed #3036 -- Fixed some doctest strings that were failing. Thanks t…

…o pterk for the original patch.

git-svn-id: http://code.djangoproject.com/svn/django/trunk@6268 bcc190cf-cafb-0310-a4f2-bffc1f526a37
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commit 84e824fbbf7b1c90e0d6191e8e69577cfce0664b 1 parent 671a835
Russell Keith-Magee freakboy3742 authored
6 django/core/serializers/__init__.py
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@@ -3,9 +3,9 @@
Usage::
- >>> from django.core import serializers
- >>> json = serializers.serialize("json", some_query_set)
- >>> objects = list(serializers.deserialize("json", json))
+ from django.core import serializers
+ json = serializers.serialize("json", some_query_set)
+ objects = list(serializers.deserialize("json", json))
To add your own serializers, use the SERIALIZATION_MODULES setting::
17 django/core/validators.py
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@@ -405,12 +405,17 @@ def __call__(self, field_data, all_data):
class IsAPowerOf(object):
"""
- >>> v = IsAPowerOf(2)
- >>> v(4, None)
- >>> v(8, None)
- >>> v(16, None)
- >>> v(17, None)
- django.core.validators.ValidationError: ['This value must be a power of 2.']
+ Usage: If you create an instance of the IsPowerOf validator:
+ v = IsAPowerOf(2)
+
+ The following calls will succeed:
+ v(4, None)
+ v(8, None)
+ v(16, None)
+
+ But this call:
+ v(17, None)
+ will raise "django.core.validators.ValidationError: ['This value must be a power of 2.']"
"""
def __init__(self, power_of):
self.power_of = power_of
27 django/template/__init__.py
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@@ -34,14 +34,8 @@
Sample code:
->>> import template
->>> s = '''
-... <html>
-... {% if test %}
-... <h1>{{ varvalue }}</h1>
-... {% endif %}
-... </html>
-... '''
+>>> from django import template
+>>> s = u'<html>{% if test %}<h1>{{ varvalue }}</h1>{% endif %}</html>'
>>> t = template.Template(s)
(t is now a compiled template, and its render() method can be called multiple
@@ -49,10 +43,10 @@
>>> c = template.Context({'test':True, 'varvalue': 'Hello'})
>>> t.render(c)
-'\n<html>\n\n <h1>Hello</h1>\n\n</html>\n'
+u'<html><h1>Hello</h1></html>'
>>> c = template.Context({'test':False, 'varvalue': 'Hello'})
>>> t.render(c)
-'\n<html>\n\n</html>\n'
+u'<html></html>'
"""
import re
from inspect import getargspec
@@ -529,10 +523,11 @@ class FilterExpression(object):
and return a list of tuples of the filter name and arguments.
Sample:
>>> token = 'variable|default:"Default value"|date:"Y-m-d"'
- >>> p = FilterParser(token)
- >>> p.filters
- [('default', 'Default value'), ('date', 'Y-m-d')]
- >>> p.var
+ >>> p = Parser('')
+ >>> fe = FilterExpression(token, p)
+ >>> len(fe.filters)
+ 2
+ >>> fe.var
'variable'
This class should never be instantiated outside of the
@@ -647,7 +642,7 @@ def resolve_variable(path, context):
>>> c = {'article': {'section':'News'}}
>>> resolve_variable('article.section', c)
- 'News'
+ u'News'
>>> resolve_variable('article', c)
{'section': 'News'}
>>> class AClass: pass
@@ -655,7 +650,7 @@ def resolve_variable(path, context):
>>> c.article = AClass()
>>> c.article.section = 'News'
>>> resolve_variable('article.section', c)
- 'News'
+ u'News'
(The example assumes VARIABLE_ATTRIBUTE_SEPARATOR is '.')
"""
16 django/utils/datastructures.py
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@@ -238,22 +238,20 @@ class DotExpandedDict(dict):
may contain dots to specify inner dictionaries. It's confusing, but this
example should make sense.
- >>> d = DotExpandedDict({'person.1.firstname': ['Simon'],
- 'person.1.lastname': ['Willison'],
- 'person.2.firstname': ['Adrian'],
+ >>> d = DotExpandedDict({'person.1.firstname': ['Simon'], \
+ 'person.1.lastname': ['Willison'], \
+ 'person.2.firstname': ['Adrian'], \
'person.2.lastname': ['Holovaty']})
>>> d
- {'person': {'1': {'lastname': ['Willison'], 'firstname': ['Simon']},
- '2': {'lastname': ['Holovaty'], 'firstname': ['Adrian']}}}
+ {'person': {'1': {'lastname': ['Willison'], 'firstname': ['Simon']}, '2': {'lastname': ['Holovaty'], 'firstname': ['Adrian']}}}
>>> d['person']
- {'1': {'firstname': ['Simon'], 'lastname': ['Willison'],
- '2': {'firstname': ['Adrian'], 'lastname': ['Holovaty']}
+ {'1': {'lastname': ['Willison'], 'firstname': ['Simon']}, '2': {'lastname': ['Holovaty'], 'firstname': ['Adrian']}}
>>> d['person']['1']
- {'firstname': ['Simon'], 'lastname': ['Willison']}
+ {'lastname': ['Willison'], 'firstname': ['Simon']}
# Gotcha: Results are unpredictable if the dots are "uneven":
>>> DotExpandedDict({'c.1': 2, 'c.2': 3, 'c': 1})
- >>> {'c': 1}
+ {'c': 1}
"""
def __init__(self, key_to_list_mapping):
for k, v in key_to_list_mapping.items():
1  django/utils/feedgenerator.py
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@@ -3,6 +3,7 @@
Sample usage:
+>>> from django.utils import feedgenerator
>>> feed = feedgenerator.Rss201rev2Feed(
... title=u"Poynter E-Media Tidbits",
... link=u"http://www.poynter.org/column.asp?id=31",
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