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Fixed some small typos in generic_relations model tests

git-svn-id: http://code.djangoproject.com/svn/django/trunk@3156 bcc190cf-cafb-0310-a4f2-bffc1f526a37
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commit ed6d7285dd4c5fa61fd6aea07fb3d372feb3fa6b 1 parent 1a1b1aa
Adrian Holovaty adrianholovaty authored
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  1. +7 −7 tests/modeltests/generic_relations/models.py
14 tests/modeltests/generic_relations/models.py
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@@ -64,7 +64,7 @@ def __str__(self):
... o.save()
# Objects with declared GenericRelations can be tagged directly -- the API
-# mimics the many-to-many API
+# mimics the many-to-many API.
>>> lion.tags.create(tag="yellow")
<TaggedItem: yellow>
>>> lion.tags.create(tag="hairy")
@@ -79,30 +79,30 @@ def __str__(self):
>>> bacon.tags.all()
[<TaggedItem: fatty>, <TaggedItem: salty>]
-# You can easily access the content object like a foreign key
+# You can easily access the content object like a foreign key.
>>> t = TaggedItem.objects.get(tag="salty")
>>> t.content_object
<Vegetable: Bacon>
# Recall that the Mineral class doesn't have an explicit GenericRelation
-# defined. That's OK since you can create TaggedItems explicitally.
+# defined. That's OK, because you can create TaggedItems explicitly.
>>> tag1 = TaggedItem(content_object=quartz, tag="shiny")
>>> tag2 = TaggedItem(content_object=quartz, tag="clearish")
>>> tag1.save()
>>> tag2.save()
-# However, not having the convience takes a small toll when it comes
-# to do lookups
+# However, excluding GenericRelations means your lookups have to be a bit more
+# explicit.
>>> from django.contrib.contenttypes.models import ContentType
>>> ctype = ContentType.objects.get_for_model(quartz)
>>> TaggedItem.objects.filter(content_type__pk=ctype.id, object_id=quartz.id)
[<TaggedItem: clearish>, <TaggedItem: shiny>]
-# You can set a generic foreign key in the way you'd expect
+# You can set a generic foreign key in the way you'd expect.
>>> tag1.content_object = platypus
>>> tag1.save()
>>> platypus.tags.all()
[<TaggedItem: shiny>]
>>> TaggedItem.objects.filter(content_type__pk=ctype.id, object_id=quartz.id)
[<TaggedItem: clearish>]
-"""
+"""
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