Friday, January 23, 2015¶
A test case in Lino Così failed: Refusing permission to an anonymous request. A late
side-effect of #70. This was a bit tricky to solve. The
problem was about how to decide whether
needs to be installed. This decision cannot be made by
since it depends on
user_model, which in turn depends on the result
Added new method
SITE.get_auth_method, mainly to make things more
Another thing which I understood: UserProfiles, UserGroups and
UserLevels are defined in
though they used by the core also when
not installed. Why don’t I put them somewhere below
lino.core? Answer: because they are choicelists, and as such
they need to have an app_label. So I generalized the
trick from Lino Welfare to all Lino applications.
Continued on #47 : added a new field needed to
lino_welfare.modlib.uploads.models.Upload. Wrote a new demo
Wrote a new tested document about Uploads which revealed some more subtleties which would have caused problem reports.
lino_welfare.modlib.uploads.models.Upload is now a
lino.mixins.DatePeriod instead of manually adding two date
:class:fields for the validity period. Which means that the database
:class:fields valid_from and valid_until must get migrated to
start_date and end_date.
lino.core.layoutsI renamed ListLayout to ColumnsLayout.
And I added two subclasses of FormLayout, called DetailLayout and InsertLayout. Maybe I should even remove FormLayout one day.
And I moved the ad, dd and rt modules into a separate package
lino.api. For backwards compatibility, the old names will still work for some time
TODO: should we rename column_names to columns_layout or grid_layout?