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from __future__ import unicode_literals
from future.builtins import str

from django.db import models
from django.core.urlresolvers import reverse
from django.utils.translation import ugettext_lazy as _

from mezzanine.conf import settings
from mezzanine.core.fields import FileField
from mezzanine.core.models import Displayable, Ownable, RichText, Slugged
from mezzanine.generic.fields import CommentsField, RatingField
from mezzanine.utils.models import AdminThumbMixin, upload_to

[docs]class BlogPost(Displayable, Ownable, RichText, AdminThumbMixin): """ A blog post. """ categories = models.ManyToManyField("BlogCategory", verbose_name=_("Categories"), blank=True, related_name="blogposts") allow_comments = models.BooleanField(verbose_name=_("Allow comments"), default=True) comments = CommentsField(verbose_name=_("Comments")) rating = RatingField(verbose_name=_("Rating")) featured_image = FileField(verbose_name=_("Featured Image"), upload_to=upload_to("blog.BlogPost.featured_image", "blog"), format="Image", max_length=255, null=True, blank=True) related_posts = models.ManyToManyField("self", verbose_name=_("Related posts"), blank=True) admin_thumb_field = "featured_image" class Meta: verbose_name = _("Blog post") verbose_name_plural = _("Blog posts") ordering = ("-publish_date",)
[docs] def get_absolute_url(self): """ URLs for blog posts can either be just their slug, or prefixed with a portion of the post's publish date, controlled by the setting ``BLOG_URLS_DATE_FORMAT``, which can contain the value ``year``, ``month``, or ``day``. Each of these maps to the name of the corresponding urlpattern, and if defined, we loop through each of these and build up the kwargs for the correct urlpattern. The order which we loop through them is important, since the order goes from least granualr (just year) to most granular (year/month/day). """ url_name = "blog_post_detail" kwargs = {"slug": self.slug} date_parts = ("year", "month", "day") if settings.BLOG_URLS_DATE_FORMAT in date_parts: url_name = "blog_post_detail_%s" % settings.BLOG_URLS_DATE_FORMAT for date_part in date_parts: date_value = str(getattr(self.publish_date, date_part)) if len(date_value) == 1: date_value = "0%s" % date_value kwargs[date_part] = date_value if date_part == settings.BLOG_URLS_DATE_FORMAT: break return reverse(url_name, kwargs=kwargs) # These methods are deprecated wrappers for keyword and category # access. They existed to support Django 1.3 with prefetch_related # not existing, which was therefore manually implemented in the # blog list views. All this is gone now, but the access methods # still exist for older templates.
def category_list(self): from warnings import warn warn("blog_post.category_list in templates is deprecated" "use blog_post.categories.all which are prefetched") return getattr(self, "_categories", self.categories.all()) def keyword_list(self): from warnings import warn warn("blog_post.keyword_list in templates is deprecated" "use the keywords_for template tag, as keywords are prefetched") try: return self._keywords except AttributeError: keywords = [k.keyword for k in self.keywords.all()] setattr(self, "_keywords", keywords) return self._keywords
[docs]class BlogCategory(Slugged): """ A category for grouping blog posts into a series. """ class Meta: verbose_name = _("Blog Category") verbose_name_plural = _("Blog Categories") ordering = ("title",) @models.permalink def get_absolute_url(self): return ("blog_post_list_category", (), {"category": self.slug})