__repr__ methods still present in contrib.comments.models, need to be replaced by __unicode__ methods
|Reported by:||prairiedogg||Owned by:||nobody|
|Cc:||Triage Stage:||Ready for checkin|
|Has patch:||yes||Needs documentation:||no|
|Needs tests:||no||Patch needs improvement:||no|
django trunk rev: 6658
repr method appears five times in the comments models.py file, this causes a Unicode error when users enter names or comments with non-ascii characters. Discovered on a production site when user entered their Chinese name up the creation of a new FreeComment.
I asked on the irc #django room if this sounded like a bug. It was flagged as a bug because apparently all of the repr and str methods were supposed to be replaced with unicode methods.
Assuming that this is the case I've submitted a patch of a simple find of django.contrib.comments.models which is no more than a simple search for repr, replacing all instances with unicode.
This is my first ticket, I would like to produce a unit test for this change, but am having a little trouble. If there is someone from the community who wouldn't mind giving me a little bit of help with this, I'd really enjoy submitting more complete tickets in the future and hopefully becoming an active tester for Django.