Re: [Django] #30543: admin.E108 is raised on fields accessible only via instance.

2019-07-10 Thread Django
#30543: admin.E108 is raised on fields accessible only via instance.
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 Reporter:  ajcsimons|Owner:  ajcsimons
 Type:  Bug  |   Status:  closed
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Changes (by Mariusz Felisiak ):

 * status:  assigned => closed
 * resolution:   => fixed


Comment:

 In [changeset:"ed668796f6c7e59ca3f35e9d87d940e043a3eff3" ed668796]:
 {{{
 #!CommitTicketReference repository=""
 revision="ed668796f6c7e59ca3f35e9d87d940e043a3eff3"
 Fixed #30543 -- Fixed checks of ModelAdmin.list_display for fields
 accessible only via instance.

 Co-Authored-By: Andrew Simons 
 }}}

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Re: [Django] #30543: admin.E108 is raised on fields accessible only via instance.

2019-07-09 Thread Django
#30543: admin.E108 is raised on fields accessible only via instance.
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Changes (by Hasan Ramezani):

 * needs_tests:  1 => 0


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Re: [Django] #30543: admin.E108 is raised on fields accessible only via instance.

2019-06-06 Thread Django
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Re: [Django] #30543: admin.E108 is raised on fields accessible only via instance.

2019-06-05 Thread Django
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 * has_patch:  0 => 1


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 My proposed changes as pull request:
 [https://github.com/django/django/pull/11444/ PR]

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Re: [Django] #30543: admin.E108 is raised on fields accessible only via instance.

2019-06-05 Thread Django
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 * status:  new => assigned
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Re: [Django] #30543: admin.E108 is raised on fields accessible only via instance.

2019-06-05 Thread Django
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Comment (by ajcsimons):

 I think there is a potential simplification of my solution: if get_field
 raises the FieldDoesNotExist exception then I suspect getattr(obj.model,
 item) might always fail too (so that test could be omitted and go straight
 to returning the E108 error), but I'm not sure because the inner workings
 of get_field are rather complicated.

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Re: [Django] #30543: admin.E108 is raised on fields accessible only via instance.

2019-06-05 Thread Django
#30543: admin.E108 is raised on fields accessible only via instance.
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Description changed by ajcsimons:

Old description:

> As part of startup django validates the ModelAdmin's list_display
> list/tuple for correctness
> (django.admin.contrib.checks._check_list_display). Having upgraded django
> from 2.07 to 2.2.1 I found that a ModelAdmin with a list display that
> used to pass the checks and work fine in admin now fails validation,
> preventing django from starting. A PositionField from the django-
> positions library triggers this bug, explanation why follows.
>
> {{{
> from django.db import models
> from position.Fields import PositionField
>
> class Thing(models.Model)
>   number = models.IntegerField(default=0)
>   order = PositionField()
> }}}
>
> {{{
> from django.contrib import admin
> from .models import Thing
>
> @admin.register(Thing)
> class ThingAdmin(admin.ModelAdmin)
>   list_display = ['name', 'order']
> }}}
>
> Under 2.2.1 this raises an incorrect admin.E108 message saying "The value
> of list_display[1] refers to 'order' which is not a callable...".
> Under 2.0.7 django starts up successfully.
> If you change 'name' to 'no_name' or 'order' to 'no_order' then the
> validation correctly complains about those.
>
> The reason for this bug is commit
> https://github.com/django/django/commit/47016adbf54b54143d4cf052eeb29fc72d27e6b1
> which was proposed and accepted as a fix for bug
> https://code.djangoproject.com/ticket/28490. The problem is while it
> fixed that bug it broke the functionality of _check_list_display_item in
> other cases. The rationale for that change was that after
> field=getattr(model, item) field could be None if item was a descriptor
> returning None, but subsequent code incorrectly interpreted field being
> None as meaning getattr raised an AttributeError. As this was done
> **after** trying field = model._meta.get_field(item) and that failing
> that meant the validation error should be returned. However, after the
> above change if hasattr(model, item) is false then we no longer even try
> field = model._meta.get_field(item) before returning an error. The reason
> hasattr(model, item) is false in the case of a PositionField is its
> __get__ method throws an exception if called on an instance of the
> PositionField class on the Thing model class, rather than a Thing
> instance.
>
> For clarity, here are the various logical tests that
> _check_list_display_item needs to deal with and the behaviour before the
> above change, after it, and the correct behaviour (which my suggested
> patch exhibits). Note this is assuming the first 2 tests callable(item)
> and hasattr(obj, item) are both false (corresponding to item is an actual
> function/lambda rather than string or an attribute of ThingAdmin).
>
> * hasattr(model, item) returns True or  False (which is the same as
> seeing if getattr(model, item) raises AttributeError)
> * model._meta.get_field(item) returns a field or raises FieldDoesNotExist
> Get a field from somewhere, could either be from getattr(model,item) if
> hasattr was True or from get_field.
> * Is that field an instance of ManyToManyField?
> * Is that field None? (True in case of bug 28490)
>
> ||= hasattr  =||= get_field =||= field is None? =||= field ManyToMany?
> =||= 2.0 returns =||= 2.2 returns =||= Correct behaviour =||= Comments
> =||
> || True ||  ok  || False || False || [] || [] || [] || - ||
> || True ||  ok  || False || True || E109 || E109 || E109 || - ||
> || True ||  ok  || True || False || E108 || [] || [] || good bit of 28490
> fix, 2.0 was wrong ||
> || True ||  raises || False || False || [] || [] || [] || - ||
> || True ||  raises || False || True || E109 || [] || E109 || Another bug
> introduced by 28490 fix, fails to check if ManyToMany in get_field raise
> case ||
> || True ||  raises || True || False || E108 || [] || [] || good bit of
> 28490 fix, 2.0 was wrong ||
> || False ||  ok || False || False || [] || E108 || [] || bad bit of 28490
> fix, bug hit with PositionField ||
> || False ||  ok || False || True || [] || E108 || E109 || both 2.0 and
> 2.2 wrong ||
> || False ||  ok || True || False || [] || E108 || [] || bad 28490 fix ||
> || False ||  raises || False || False || E108 || E108 || E108 || - ||
> || False ||  raises 

Re: [Django] #30543: admin.E108 is raised on fields accessible only via instance.

2019-06-05 Thread Django
#30543: admin.E108 is raised on fields accessible only via instance.
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 Reporter:  ajcsimons |Owner:  nobody
 Type:  Bug   |   Status:  new
Component:  Core (System checks)  |  Version:  master
 Severity:  Normal|   Resolution:
 Keywords:| Triage Stage:  Accepted
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Old description:

> #28490 caused a regression in 47016adbf54b54143d4cf052eeb29fc72d27e6b1,
> i.e.
>
> 1. if hasattr(obj.model, item) returns false then we go straight to the
> else clause which returns the error,
> 2. whereas before the else clause did another check for
> model._meta.get_field(item) and would only return the error if that
> raised a FieldDoesNotExist exception
> 3. So how is it that hasattr(model, item) can return false, but
> model._meta.get_field(item) will return something meaning the check
> should not return an error?
> 4. Answer: the field is a special one which is only valid to access on
> instances of the model (whose ModelAdmin we are verifying) and not the
> model class itself. An example of this is the PositionField from the
> django-positions library (which inherits from djangos
> models.IntegerField):
> {{{
> def __get__(self, instance, owner):
> if instance is None:
> raise AttributeError("%s must be accessed via instance." %
> self.name)
> current, updated = getattr(instance, self.get_cache_name())
> return current if updated is None else updated
> }}}
> 5. So the simplification of the hasattr branch was valid, but the removal
> of the else branch to no longer check get_field doesn't throw before
> returning an error was not a refactor but a functionality altering change
> which makes this method return errors in cases where it used not to.

New description:

 As part of startup django validates the ModelAdmin's list_display
 list/tuple for correctness
 (django.admin.contrib.checks._check_list_display). Having upgraded django
 from 2.07 to 2.2.1 I found that a ModelAdmin with a list display that used
 to pass the checks and work fine in admin now fails validation, preventing
 django from starting. A PositionField from the django-positions library
 triggers this bug, explanation why follows.

 {{{
 from django.db import models
 from position.Fields import PositionField

 class Thing(models.Model)
   number = models.IntegerField(default=0)
   order = PositionField()
 }}}

 {{{
 from django.contrib import admin
 from .models import Thing

 @admin.register(Thing)
 class ThingAdmin(admin.ModelAdmin)
   list_display = ['name', 'order']
 }}}

 Under 2.2.1 this raises an incorrect admin.E108 message saying "The value
 of list_display[1] refers to 'order' which is not a callable...".
 Under 2.0.7 django starts up successfully.
 If you change 'name' to 'no_name' or 'order' to 'no_order' then the
 validation correctly complains about those.

 The reason for this bug is commit
 
https://github.com/django/django/commit/47016adbf54b54143d4cf052eeb29fc72d27e6b1
 which was proposed and accepted as a fix for bug
 https://code.djangoproject.com/ticket/28490. The problem is while it fixed
 that bug it broke the functionality of _check_list_display_item in other
 cases. The rationale for that change was that after field=getattr(model,
 item) field could be None if item was a descriptor returning None, but
 subsequent code incorrectly interpreted field being None as meaning
 getattr raised an AttributeError. As this was done **after** trying field
 = model._meta.get_field(item) and that failing that meant the validation
 error should be returned. However, after the above change if
 hasattr(model, item) is false then we no longer even try field =
 model._meta.get_field(item) before returning an error. The reason
 hasattr(model, item) is false in the case of a PositionField is its
 __get__ method throws an exception if called on an instance of the
 PositionField class on the Thing model class, rather than a Thing
 instance.

 For clarity, here are the various logical tests that
 _check_list_display_item needs to deal with and the behaviour before the
 above change, after it, and the correct behaviour (which my suggested
 patch exhibits). Note this is assuming the first 2 tests callable(item)
 and hasattr(obj, item) are both false (corresponding to item is an actual
 function/lambda rather than string or an attribute of ThingAdmin).

 * hasattr(model, item) returns True or  False (which is the same as seeing
 if getattr(model, item) raises AttributeError)
 * 

Re: [Django] #30543: admin.E108 is raised on fields accessible only via instance.

2019-06-05 Thread Django
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Comment (by ajcsimons):

 Hi felixxm, I also just made a ticket #30545 with more details. Working
 through all the logical combinations I think both the old code and new
 code have other bugs and I've posted a suggested fix there.

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Re: [Django] #30543: admin.E108 is raised on fields accessible only via instance.

2019-06-05 Thread Django
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Comment (by felixxm):

 Fix is quite simple but a regression test can be tricky.

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Re: [Django] #30543: admin.E108 is raised on fields accessible only via instance.

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Changes (by felixxm):

 * Attachment "30543.diff" added.

 fix

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