[Grok-dev] Put the user-defined permissions in a separate .py file?
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Thu Dec 23 12:08:02 EST 2010
I am starting to set up my grok server (version 1.2.1) and I have
created a (very basic) "server.ViewSite" permission. All the users
with a valid login/password will have that permission. The problem is
that if I don't put it in app.py, the server won't start...
This is my permission:
grok.title("View the site")
So I can use it in my views:
---------- app.py ------------
[ . . . ]
If I create a "Permissions.py" file, I put this permission in it and
then I import "permissions" in app.py, when I try to start the server,
'martian.error.GrokError'>: Undefined permission 'server.ViewSite' in
<class 'server.app.Test'>. Use grok.Permission first.
It also happens if (in app.py) instead of writing:
from backlib.user import Permissions
(which is what I'd like to be able to do) I write:
from backlib.user.Permissions import ViewSite
It's not big deal... is just that I'm planning to define more
permissions and it would be slightly clearer having them stored in a
file which is not app.py.
Thanks in advance
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