On 13 Oct 2005, at 11:56, Jürgen Herrmann wrote:
Apart from whether this worked previosuly or not, it is bad coding
practice to rely on assumptions such as "it will somehow acquire the
REQUEST". You should really change your code to explicity pass in
REQUEST everywhere. Then you can stop worrying.
thanks for the answer, the coding style is one thing, and i don't have
the least bit of a problem to stick with this in the future (already
changed all the occurrences anyway to make it work again).
what i'm worried about is wether i did break anything else, possibly
with even worse results... (i don't like hidden bugs)
By explicitly passing REQUEST? I doubt it.
btw. is it also bad practice to use self.REQUEST in methods?
what about def foo(self, REQUEST=None), when and how is REQUEST
passed there? is it also not a good coding style, if not passing it
The common case is to pass it in explicitly. To pass it in and avoid
any surprises see the solution discussed above. Explicit is better
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