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  • well this is freaking cool. i know a bug i'd like to work on (described in my comment here: https://ieddit.com/i/ieddit/11284/voting_bug_should_be_fixed/).

    this weekend will clone the repo and give it a try. :)
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  • nice.

    got a new bug report.

    if someone posts something to a sub, the "total users" on the stats page for the sub gets incremented.

    example: the i/country sub has exactly one user (me), and one post so far.

    the stats were "total users: 1, total posts: 1".

    just created a new post, rechecked stats, and both those numbers incremented by one.
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  • detest bothering you to ask "for things," but cannot help but wish that the default was to create a post as non-mod post.

    reasoning:
    • primarily want to interact with own subs and post to own subs simply as a member, but have deleted posts in the past because had accidentally left it set as a mod post.

    • when necessary to express some sub moderator sentiment, then would like to be able to click the necessary option to make it so.


    in any case, very nice work!
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  • i bet the nightlife is just atomic!
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  • ps, a strategy i like to use is to set a     debug == True up top, then can do things later like     debug && print('debug: {}'.format(this_var_that's_fixin_to_adjust_an_if_statement)).

    set it to false for prod, unless sumfin fishy starts going on, then can set it back to true
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  • you are welcome, sir. my point of view is that running pdb is such a pain in the ass it's almost less work just to print shtuff to the output (or log, or whatever). ha. can be a second set of eyes if you can't get it to run right.
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  • here are my notes on using python debugger (pdb library):


        # insert this line at point one wants to break execution
        import pdb; pdb.set_trace()

        # exec next line
        next # or 'n'

        # repeat last command
        press enter

        # step into function being called
        step

        # print a variable from program
        print(variable)

        # continue to either next debug statement or end of program
        continue

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  • i'm the guy that asked about the flask project bug being reported, just turned off anonymous.

    still have high hopes for this site. was getting sick of all the "nigger that, faggot this" on voat, and am hoping this site can rise above it.
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