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Example on how to debug Tastypie using Django Debug Toolbar
def html_decorator(func):
"""
This decorator wraps the output in html.
(From http://stackoverflow.com/a/14647943)
"""
def _decorated(*args, **kwargs):
response = func(*args, **kwargs)
wrapped = ("<html><body>",
response.content,
"</body></html>")
return HttpResponse(wrapped)
return _decorated
@html_decorator
def debug(request):
"""
Debug endpoint that uses the html_decorator,
"""
path = request.META.get("PATH_INFO")
api_url = path.replace("debug/", "")
view = urlresolvers.resolve(api_url)
accept = request.META.get("HTTP_ACCEPT")
accept += ",application/json"
request.META["HTTP_ACCEPT"] = accept
res = view.func(request, **view.kwargs)
return HttpResponse(res._container)
# And finally attach debug to urls (if settings is on)
if settings.DEBUG:
urlpatterns += patterns('',
url(r'^debug/', debug),
)
"""
Usage:
Lets say your original endpoint is this:
http://example.com/api/v1/cities/
You use the following url the debug it
http://example.com/api/debug/v1/cities/
"""
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nokome Sep 21, 2015

@marteinn: just what I was looking for, thanks!

nokome commented Sep 21, 2015

@marteinn: just what I was looking for, thanks!

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olifante Oct 27, 2015

@marteinn: also worked for me, thanks!

@marteinn: also worked for me, thanks!

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