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  5. 01 Oct, 2018 1 commit
    • Frank Bessou's avatar
      Import cubicweb_skos instead of cubes.skos · 9e6614f4159d
      Frank Bessou authored
      When both cubes.skos and cubicweb_skos are used to import the same
      module, appobjects are registered using the wrong objid.
      
      This is particularly problematic in register_and_replace function of
      registries which relies on the objid of appobjects to find which object
      to replace.
      9e6614f4159d
  6. 20 Feb, 2018 1 commit
    • Denis Laxalde's avatar
      Rely on cubicweb-skos's extid2eid mapping during LCSV data import · 960c8c66cfc2
      Denis Laxalde authored
      We drop monkeypatches and hacks introduced in 49d118aa8254 in 2016 which
      were supposed to be transient waiting for a cubicweb-skos release which
      came a long time ago now.
      
      Now we build the extid2eid dict before importing LCSV concept schemes
      and pass it to store_skos_extentities() so that it will be re-used for
      all files instead of re-built. Both lcsv_import and lcsv_check functions
      are updated, as the latter is used in test_dataimport.py as a kind of
      "mock" but must respect the former's interface. Also note that we now
      have to update 'extid2eid' dict after creating a new concept scheme
      (with init_seda_scheme()): while this sounds perfectly reasonable, I
      don't completely understand how this works without this before...
      
      We update requirement on cubicweb-skos so that the latest release is
      used (though some previous release would probably work as well, but I'm
      not sure which and it's not so easy to test).
      960c8c66cfc2
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    • Sylvain Thénault's avatar
      [dataimport] Fix lcsv files · 0145618f8da7
      Sylvain Thénault authored
      Added a test checking that we've a consistent number of separators in each line
      of lcsv files. This led to fix some some headers as well as some definitions
      containing the separator in text, leading to no error but unconsidered text.
      
      Along the way, uniformize column labels.
      
      We do not mind fixing definitions in existing database for now, since there are
      now production databases in the wild yet.
      
      Related to #17066564
      0145618f8da7
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