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Extras> Python cocomo API, tiny thing

coulix

29-01-2009

I got some problem to login using cocomo.py until i realised
it was because of a string checking on a unicode object.

The given Python example is built around google engine which
in this case uses string.

When i tried cocomo.py with Django (unicode aware) i just had
to change a line to be able to log in with the account manager



Line 89:

if type(data) == str:



to

if type(data) == str or type(data) == unicode:



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Raff_

Employee

29-01-2009

Well, my Python skills only go so far 🙂

Thanks for finding this. I'll get it fixed for the next SDK
release.