20130521 (Tuesday, 21 May 2013)¶
Official release of Lino and Lino-Welfare on PyPI.
a bug in
lino.modlib.countries.fixtures.few_cities: caused French designations of cities like Mons and Liège to be ignored.
Choosingin belref caused all places to show up.
lino.core.tables.TableRequest.parse_req()now gives a hard-coded default value of limit=15.
Miguel Grinberg gives a good summary of what “RESTful” actually means in his blog entry Designing a RESTful API with Python and Flask.
PublicSecurityNumbers instance has no attribute ‘PublicSecurityNumbers’¶
A typo bug caused by the internal conversion in
lino_welfare.modlib.cbss.tx25 had slipped through the
test suite. A super efficient way to test this is to check
whether each Tx25 of the demo database has at least one row of
for obj in cbss.RetrieveTIGroupsRequest.objects.all(): msg = "%s has no result" % obj self.assertNotEqual(obj.Result(ses).get_total_count(),0,msg)
The challenge was: the problem is actually being reproduced only with our private collection of Tx25 requests. This collection is private because it contains data about real people. Currently I must remember to run the test suite also manually in a project directory which loads these non-public xml files. TODO: how to integrate optional private test suites into an open source project?
Internals: changed print_action to do_print.