django.contrib.auth.forms.UserCreationForm.clean doesn't return cleaned_data dictionary
|Reported by:||Gregor Müllegger||Owned by:||nobody|
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The clean() method of django.contrib.auth.forms.UserCreationForm looks like this (trunk version)
def clean(self): # Fill the password field so model validation won't complain about it # being blank. We'll set it with the real value below. self.instance.password = UNUSABLE_PASSWORD super(UserCreationForm, self).clean()
It is missing a return statement that returns the cleaned_data dictionary. Because of that the form.cleaned_data attribute will be None after validating the form.
I think this behaviour is not intended -- athorwise there would be a comment.