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Python is a dynamically typed programming language designed by Guido van Rossum. Much like the programming language Ruby, Python was designed to be easily read by programmers. Because of its large following and many libraries, Python can be implemented and used to do anything from webpages to scientific research.

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jnothman
jnothman commented May 12, 2021

We should be using pkg_resources (or importlib.resources if our min Python version is 3.7) instead of uses of __file__.

$ get grep '__file__' sklearn/
sklearn/__check_build/__init__.py:    local_dir = os.path.split(__file__)[0]
sklearn/datasets/_base.py:    module_path = dirname(__file__)
sklearn/datasets/_base.py:    module_path = dirname(__file__)
sklearn/datasets/_base.py:    
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wRAR
wRAR commented Jun 15, 2021

https://docs.scrapy.org/en/latest/topics/spiders.html#crawlspider has a warning block that includes the "New in version" line.

Both indenting the warning block (not sure what's the best practice for the indentation here; also, XMLFeedSpider below has the same block which should have the same indentation I think) and moving versionadded before it (I think I don't like it) will work but I don't

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suddjian
suddjian commented Jun 17, 2021

While loading, cards link to an undefined page causing a 404.

Expected results

There should not be an active link while the cards are in a loading state

Actual results

The cards attempt to link to their relevant resource, but instead link to e.g. /chart/list/undefined. If you click a card while it's loading you get a 404 page.

How to reproduce the bug

  1. Go to the
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tiangolo
tiangolo commented Jun 12, 2020

First check

  • I added a very descriptive title to this issue.
  • I used the GitHub search to find a similar issue and didn't find it.
  • I searched the FastAPI documentation, with the integrated search.
  • I already searched in Google "How to X in FastAPI" and didn't find any information.
  • I already read and followed all the tutorial in the docs and didn't find an answ

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