Python rest_framework.serializers.BooleanField() Examples

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Example 1
Project: opencraft   Author: open-craft   File:    License: GNU Affero General Public License v3.0 6 votes vote down vote up
def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs):
        Start with empty serializer and add fields from both theme schemas
        super().__init__(*args, **kwargs)

        # We're just going to use the v1 theme schema here since v0 is
        # getting deprecated soon
        theme_schema_combined = {
        for key, value in theme_schema_combined.items():
            field_type = None
            if key == 'version':
                field_type = serializers.IntegerField(required=False)
            elif value == ref('flag'):
                field_type = serializers.BooleanField(required=False)
                field_type = serializers.CharField(
                    # TODO: Add a color validator here
            self.fields[key] = field_type 
Example 2
Project: drf-friendly-errors   Author: FutureMind   File:    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
def test_boolean_field_error_content(self):
        self.data_set['linenos'] = 'A text instead of a bool'
        s = run_is_valid(SnippetSerializer, data=self.data_set)
        code = settings.FRIENDLY_FIELD_ERRORS['BooleanField']['invalid']
        self.assertEqual(s.errors['errors'][0]['code'], code)
        self.assertEqual(s.errors['errors'][0]['field'], 'linenos') 
Example 3
Project: graphene-django   Author: graphql-python   File:    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
def test_should_boolean_convert_boolean():
    assert_conversion(serializers.BooleanField, graphene.Boolean) 
Example 4
Project: polemarch   Author: vstconsulting   File:    License: GNU Affero General Public License v3.0 5 votes vote down vote up
def generate_fileds(ansible_reference: AnsibleArgumentsReference, ansible_type: str) -> OrderedDict:
    if ansible_type is None:
        return OrderedDict()  # nocv

    fields = OrderedDict()

    for ref, settings in ansible_reference.raw_dict[ansible_type].items():
        if ref in ['help', 'version', ]:
        ref_type = settings.get('type', None)
        kwargs = dict(help_text=settings.get('help', ''), required=False)
        field = None
        if ref_type is None:
            field = serializers.BooleanField
            kwargs['default'] = False
        elif ref_type == 'int':
            field = serializers.IntegerField
        elif ref_type == 'string' or 'choice':
            field = vst_fields.VSTCharField
            kwargs['allow_blank'] = True

        if ref == 'verbose':
            field = serializers.IntegerField
            kwargs.update(dict(max_value=4, default=0))
        if ref in models.PeriodicTask.HIDDEN_VARS:
            field = vst_fields.SecretFileInString
        if ref == 'inventory':
            kwargs['autocomplete'] = 'Inventory'
            field = InventoryAutoCompletionField

        if field is None:  # nocv

        if ansible_type == 'module':
            if ref == 'group':
                kwargs['default'] = 'all'

        field_name = ref.replace('-', '_')
        fields[field_name] = field(**kwargs)

    return fields