On 07/11/2013 11:20 AM, Tomas Babej wrote:
>          boolean_var = {}
> -        for var in ('persistent_search', 'serial_autoincrement'):
> +        for var in ('serial_autoincrement'):
This won't work - a one element tuple needs a comma at the end:
('serial_autoincrement', )
>              boolean_var[var] = "yes" if getattr(self, var, False) else "no"
>  
>          self.sub_dict = dict(FQDN=self.fqdn,
> @@ -607,9 +604,8 @@ class BindInstance(service.Service):
>                               SUFFIX=self.suffix,
>                               OPTIONAL_NTP=optional_ntp,
>                               ZONEMGR=self.zonemgr,
> -                             ZONE_REFRESH=self.zone_refresh,
>                               IPA_CA_RECORD=ipa_ca,
> -                             
> PERSISTENT_SEARCH=boolean_var['persistent_search'],
> +                             PERSISTENT_SEARCH="yes",
>                               
> SERIAL_AUTOINCREMENT=boolean_var['serial_autoincrement'],)

But anyway, I think this piece of code is unnecessarily complicated, I don't see
a need for the 'boolean_var' dict here. I would suggest replacing it with
something like:

serial_autoincrement = "yes" if self.serial_autoincrement else "no"

and then pass serial_autoincrement to self.sub_dict = dict(...)


-- 
Regards,

Ana Krivokapic
Associate Software Engineer
FreeIPA team
Red Hat Inc.

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