# Monday, October 17, 2016¶

## Lino failed to generate until the end¶

I fixed #1220. This was a subtle one. I had to change the algorithm for re-generating automatic events. Lino until now built the “wanted events” also for events which which had already taken place. This was not only useless, it also disturbed in the following situation (example):

Course #1 happened in 2016 every Friday at 9:30, course #2 at 13:30. In 2017 course #2 happens at 9:30 (and course #2 on Thursday).

I did not write a test case for reproducing this problem because that takes time and because the client had a concrete example in their database. But I extended lino_voga.projects.roger.tests.test_faggio to make sure that superfluous events get removed when max_events is changed.

## A ticket for Rauno¶

I opened #1225 for this (Write a test case which reproduces #1220) and assigned it to Rauno.

Rauno, here are some first hints:

• Make sure you understand the original problem (#1220). The ticket has been fixed by 3bcbd30, so you need to checkout some older version, e.g. 7b63c2f:

$go xl$ git checkout 7b63c2f

• Start by manually reproducing it in the web interface.

• Extend the lino_voga.projects.roger.tests.test_faggio case (or create a new test case, starting from a copy of this file) in order to get the problem. Verify your changes by running that test until you have the problem reproduced and the test case passing:

$go voga$ cd lino_voga/projects/roger
$python manage.py test  IOW you simulate the situation before we knew about #1220. • Switch back to the master (where the ticket should be fixed): $ go xl
\$ git checkout master


And then change test_faggio so it passes with the new version.

Aurélie reported #1226:

Actuellement seul un administratuer ou la personne qui a orienté un bénéficiaire dans un Atelier peut modifier l’état: “demandé”, “confirmé”, “commencé”, “terminé”. Mais c’est la personne en charge de l’Atelier qui doit pouvoir le modifier.

She speaks about the Enrolment.state. Actually it is not only about this field, I guess that she means all fields of the enrolment. The default behaviour is because Enrolment inherits from UserAuthored. In CPAS de Châtelet they want to keep track about who created an enrolment, but the permission to write should go also to the course’s teacher.