Python django.conf.settings.SILENCED_SYSTEM_CHECKS Examples

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Example 1
Project: python-dockerflow   Author: mozilla-services   File:    License: Mozilla Public License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
def heartbeat_check_detail(check):
    errors = check(app_configs=None)
    errors = list(filter(lambda e: not in settings.SILENCED_SYSTEM_CHECKS, errors))
    level = max([0] + [e.level for e in errors])

    return {
        "status": level_to_text(level),
        "level": level,
        "messages": { e.msg for e in errors},
Example 2
Project: django-user-messages   Author: matthiask   File:    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
def check_context_processors(app_configs, **kwargs):
    errors = []

    if VERSION < (2, 2):
        # The admin.E404 check has been introduced in the Django 2.2 cycle.
        return errors

    for engine in engines.all():
        if isinstance(engine, DjangoTemplates):
            django_templates_instance = engine.engine
        django_templates_instance = None

    if django_templates_instance:
        if (
            not in django_templates_instance.context_processors
            and "admin.E404" not in settings.SILENCED_SYSTEM_CHECKS
                    "If using 'user_messages.context_processors.messages'"
                    " instead of the official messages context processor"
                    " you have to add 'admin.E404' to SILENCED_SYSTEM_CHECKS.",

    return errors