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Refs #11109 -- Touched some whitespace so Trac will display some file…

…s correctly.

git-svn-id: http://code.djangoproject.com/svn/django/trunk@11785 bcc190cf-cafb-0310-a4f2-bffc1f526a37
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6 django/contrib/gis/db/backend/mysql/query.py
@@ -4,7 +4,7 @@
Please note that MySQL only supports bounding box queries, also
known as MBRs (Minimum Bounding Rectangles). Moreover, spatial
- indices may only be used on MyISAM tables -- if you need
+ indices may only be used on MyISAM tables -- if you need
transactions, take a look at PostGIS.
"""
from django.db import connection
@@ -38,7 +38,7 @@
# Assacceptable lookup types for Oracle spatial.
MYSQL_GIS_TERMS = MYSQL_GIS_FUNCTIONS.keys()
MYSQL_GIS_TERMS += MISC_TERMS
-MYSQL_GIS_TERMS = dict((term, None) for term in MYSQL_GIS_TERMS) # Making dictionary
+MYSQL_GIS_TERMS = dict((term, None) for term in MYSQL_GIS_TERMS) # Making dictionary
def get_geo_where_clause(table_alias, name, lookup_type, geo_annot):
"Returns the SQL WHERE clause for use in MySQL spatial SQL construction."
@@ -49,7 +49,7 @@ def get_geo_where_clause(table_alias, name, lookup_type, geo_annot):
lookup_info = MYSQL_GIS_FUNCTIONS.get(lookup_type, False)
if lookup_info:
return "%s(%s, %%s)" % (lookup_info, geo_col)
-
+
# Handling 'isnull' lookup type
# TODO: Is this needed because MySQL cannot handle NULL
# geometries in its spatial indices.
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28 django/contrib/gis/db/backend/oracle/query.py
@@ -3,8 +3,8 @@
routine for Oracle Spatial.
Please note that WKT support is broken on the XE version, and thus
- this backend will not work on such platforms. Specifically, XE lacks
- support for an internal JVM, and Java libraries are required to use
+ this backend will not work on such platforms. Specifically, XE lacks
+ support for an internal JVM, and Java libraries are required to use
the WKT constructors.
"""
import re
@@ -31,10 +31,10 @@
UNION = 'SDO_GEOM.SDO_UNION'
UNIONAGG = 'SDO_AGGR_UNION'
-# We want to get SDO Geometries as WKT because it is much easier to
-# instantiate GEOS proxies from WKT than SDO_GEOMETRY(...) strings.
-# However, this adversely affects performance (i.e., Java is called
-# to convert to WKT on every query). If someone wishes to write a
+# We want to get SDO Geometries as WKT because it is much easier to
+# instantiate GEOS proxies from WKT than SDO_GEOMETRY(...) strings.
+# However, this adversely affects performance (i.e., Java is called
+# to convert to WKT on every query). If someone wishes to write a
# SDO_GEOMETRY(...) parser in Python, let me know =)
GEOM_SELECT = 'SDO_UTIL.TO_WKTGEOMETRY(%s)'
@@ -50,7 +50,7 @@ def __init__(self, func, **kwargs):
class SDODistance(SpatialFunction):
"Class for Distance queries."
def __init__(self, op, tolerance=0.05):
- super(SDODistance, self).__init__(DISTANCE, end_subst=', %s) %%s %%s' % tolerance,
+ super(SDODistance, self).__init__(DISTANCE, end_subst=', %s) %%s %%s' % tolerance,
operator=op, result='%%s')
class SDOGeomRelate(SpatialFunction):
@@ -59,7 +59,7 @@ def __init__(self, mask, tolerance=0.05):
# SDO_GEOM.RELATE(...) has a peculiar argument order: column, mask, geom, tolerance.
# Moreover, the runction result is the mask (e.g., 'DISJOINT' instead of 'TRUE').
end_subst = "%s%s) %s '%s'" % (', %%s, ', tolerance, '=', mask)
- beg_subst = "%%s(%%s, '%s'" % mask
+ beg_subst = "%%s(%%s, '%s'" % mask
super(SDOGeomRelate, self).__init__('SDO_GEOM.RELATE', beg_subst=beg_subst, end_subst=end_subst)
class SDORelate(SpatialFunction):
@@ -81,7 +81,7 @@ def __init__(self, mask):
'distance_gte' : (SDODistance('>='), dtypes),
'distance_lt' : (SDODistance('<'), dtypes),
'distance_lte' : (SDODistance('<='), dtypes),
- 'dwithin' : (SDOOperation('SDO_WITHIN_DISTANCE',
+ 'dwithin' : (SDOOperation('SDO_WITHIN_DISTANCE',
beg_subst="%s(%s, %%s, 'distance=%%s'"), dtypes),
}
@@ -118,7 +118,7 @@ def get_geo_where_clause(table_alias, name, lookup_type, geo_annot):
# See if a Oracle Geometry function matches the lookup type next
lookup_info = ORACLE_GEOMETRY_FUNCTIONS.get(lookup_type, False)
if lookup_info:
- # Lookup types that are tuples take tuple arguments, e.g., 'relate' and
+ # Lookup types that are tuples take tuple arguments, e.g., 'relate' and
# 'dwithin' lookup types.
if isinstance(lookup_info, tuple):
# First element of tuple is lookup type, second element is the type
@@ -128,15 +128,15 @@ def get_geo_where_clause(table_alias, name, lookup_type, geo_annot):
# Ensuring that a tuple _value_ was passed in from the user
if not isinstance(geo_annot.value, tuple):
raise TypeError('Tuple required for `%s` lookup type.' % lookup_type)
- if len(geo_annot.value) != 2:
+ if len(geo_annot.value) != 2:
raise ValueError('2-element tuple required for %s lookup type.' % lookup_type)
-
+
# Ensuring the argument type matches what we expect.
if not isinstance(geo_annot.value[1], arg_type):
raise TypeError('Argument type should be %s, got %s instead.' % (arg_type, type(geo_annot.value[1])))
if lookup_type == 'relate':
- # The SDORelate class handles construction for these queries,
+ # The SDORelate class handles construction for these queries,
# and verifies the mask argument.
return sdo_op(geo_annot.value[1]).as_sql(geo_col)
else:
@@ -144,7 +144,7 @@ def get_geo_where_clause(table_alias, name, lookup_type, geo_annot):
return sdo_op.as_sql(geo_col)
else:
# Lookup info is a SDOOperation instance, whose `as_sql` method returns
- # the SQL necessary for the geometry function call. For example:
+ # the SQL necessary for the geometry function call. For example:
# SDO_CONTAINS("geoapp_country"."poly", SDO_GEOMTRY('POINT(5 23)', 4326)) = 'TRUE'
return lookup_info.as_sql(geo_col)
elif lookup_type == 'isnull':
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1  tests/regressiontests/bash_completion/__init__.py
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1  tests/regressiontests/bash_completion/management/__init__.py
@@ -0,0 +1 @@
+
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1  tests/regressiontests/bash_completion/management/commands/__init__.py
@@ -0,0 +1 @@
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1  tests/regressiontests/bash_completion/management/commands/test_command.py
@@ -3,6 +3,7 @@
from django.core.management.base import BaseCommand
+
class Command(BaseCommand):
option_list = BaseCommand.option_list + (
make_option("--list", action="store_true", dest="list",
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1  tests/regressiontests/bash_completion/models.py
@@ -0,0 +1 @@
+
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