Name: [8362] ericflo
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Django From the Ground Up: Episode 7 [ID:883] (7/13)

in series: Django From the Ground Up

video tutorial by ericflo, added 09/08

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i want to know what kind of edit of u use!!!


6. David Talbot Thu, 24 Jun 2010 11:23

Great stuff - nice to see real-life debugging in action (makes me feel less amateur!)


I'm really enjoying.

My best regards,

Santiago


4. anonymous Fri, 25 Sep 2009 17:03

thanks Eric, as always, it's been helpful.


3. anonymous Fri, 28 Aug 2009 14:38

Great live debugging. :-)


2. anonymous Mon, 13 Jul 2009 07:07

I got an " Attribute is a readonly object error" by tryeing to use an update function on the to_return dictionary from the events/templatetags/events_tags.py. Im a newbe in Python but, are the dictionaries immutable, or are they made so in Django? I thought the immutables were tupples... or is -to_return- a tupple?

I changed the asseignment of the values a littlebit without useing of the update function and the code sturted to function just the same, but perhaps someone can make it clear tu me with the update, if its implemented differently in Django or not, or give a link where I can find this out for myself. Thanx just thesame for your tutorial it helps a greate deal!


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