Snipt: Glitch Edition
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import hashlib
from accounts.models import UserProfile
from annoying.decorators import ajax_request, render_to
from blogs.views import blog_list
from django.contrib.auth.models import User
from django.db.models import Count
from django.http import HttpResponseRedirect, HttpResponseBadRequest
from django.shortcuts import render
from django.template import RequestContext
from snipts.models import Snipt
from snipts.utils import get_lexers_list
from taggit.models import Tag
def homepage(request):
if request.blog_user:
return blog_list(request)
coders = []
users_with_gravatars = User.objects.filter(
for user in users_with_gravatars:
public_snipts_count = Snipt.objects.filter(
user=user, public=True).values('pk').count()
if public_snipts_count:
user.email_md5 = hashlib.md5('utf-8')) \
if len(coders) == 35:
return {
'coders': coders,
'snipts_count': Snipt.objects.all().count(),
'users_count': User.objects.all().count(),
def lexers(request):
lexers = get_lexers_list()
objects = []
for l in lexers:
filters = l[2]
except IndexError:
filters = []
mimetypes = l[3]
except IndexError:
mimetypes = []
'name': l[0],
'lexers': l[1],
'filters': filters,
'mimetypes': mimetypes
return {'objects': objects}
def login_redirect(request):
if request.user.is_authenticated():
return HttpResponseRedirect('/' + request.user.username + '/')
return HttpResponseRedirect('/')
def tags(request):
all_tags = Tag.objects.filter(snipt__public=True).order_by('name')
all_tags = all_tags.annotate(count=Count('taggit_taggeditem_items__id'))
popular_tags = Tag.objects.filter(snipt__public=True)
popular_tags = popular_tags.annotate(
popular_tags = popular_tags.order_by('-count')[:20]
popular_tags = sorted(popular_tags, key=lambda tag:
return {
'all_tags': all_tags,
'tags': popular_tags
def user_api_key(request):
if not request.user.is_authenticated():
return HttpResponseBadRequest()
return {
'api_key': request.user.api_key.key