Comment #1 on issue 3614 by mrcote: djblets prevents handling of generic
Forgot to include my extension code. I created an extension with the
generate_extension.py tool and added this backend to extension.py (with the
appropriate entry point in setup.py). This extension just tries to add
an 'admin' user, which already exists in my setup (created as part of
prepare-dev.py). As mentioned, this should be caught by a generic
django.db.IntegrityError, but it isn't.
backend_id = _('integritytest')
name = _('IntegrityTest')
def authenticate(self, username, password):
username = username.strip()
user = User.objects.create(username='admin', password='!',
def get_or_create_user(self, username, request):
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