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comments_allowed function for your model/...

Author:
mathijs
Posted:
August 11, 2010
Language:
Python
Version:
1.2
Tags:
comments moderation
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Use this if you want to check if commenting is allowed for a certain object/model/... in a template. Like this;

{% if not object.comments_allowed %} <p>Comments are now closed.</p> {% else %} {% render_comment_form for object %} {% endif %}

You can replace the CommentModerator class with your own custom moderation class ofcourse.

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from django.contrib.comments.moderation import CommentModerator
from django.db import models

    class Entry(models.Model):
         #regular fields etc. defined here

         def comments_allowed(self):
             return CommentModerator(self.__class__).allow(None, self, None)

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Comments

bigtotoro (on June 4, 2013):

i do not understand clearly.

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