I've already put the following information in the new issue 3599, but I
thought I'd add it here as well.
In order to allow our deployment to begin, I protected the code in question.
It will return
"Unknown (%s)" % user
if 'user' is a string instead of an object with the "get_full_name()" method.
Now, I get the expected matches, each with a link, a description and a line
giving date and user. I also get a few of these (just the last line that gives
the date and user):
*NaN years, NaN months ago by Unknown ()*
Apparently, I have a few corrupted requests in my database? How might I go
about finding them? When I look at "Review Requests" under
admin->Database->Reviews->ReviewRequests, I see only requests with real users
and real dates. When I look in the MySQL database itself, I cannot find them
On Friday, October 3, 2014 1:00:07 AM UTC-4, David Carson wrote:
> I've opened issue 3599. Thanks.
> On Thursday, October 2, 2014 5:50:55 PM UTC-4, chri...@beanbaginc.com
>> Looks like the reviews/search.html template is expecting a User and
>> getting a string, I'm not sure why this is broken now and wasn't before.
>> Would you mind filing a bug?
>> Christian Hammond - chri...@beanbaginc.com
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