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Tom Lamb9,472 Points
Can someone see where I went wrong? [SOLVED]
I have been around the community answers and i can't seem to see where there is an issue here! Help :)
from flask import Blueprint from flask.ext.restful import Resource, Api, reqparse, inputs import models class IngredientList(Resource): def __init__(self): self.reqparse = reqparse.RequestParser() self.reqparse.add_argument( 'name', required = True, help = 'Please provide a name', location = ["form", "json"] ) self.reqparse.add_argument( 'description', required = True, help = 'Please provide a description', location = ["form", "json"] ) self.reqparse.add_argument( 'measurement_type', required = True, help = 'Please provide a measurement_type', location = ["form", "json"] ) self.reqparse.add_argument( 'quantity', required = True, help = 'Please provide a quantity', location = ["form", "json"], type = float ) self.reqparse.add_argument( 'recipe', required = True, help ='Please provide a recipe', location = ["form", "json"], type = inputs.positive ) super().__init__() def get(self): return 'IngredientList' class Ingredient(Resource): def get(self, id): return 'Ingredient' ingredients_api = Blueprint('resources.ingredients', __name__) api = Api(ingredients_api) api.add_resource(IngredientList, '/api/v1/ingredients') api.add_resource(Ingredient, '/api/v1/ingredients/<int:id>')
Chris FreemanTreehouse Moderator 67,464 Points
Hey Tom Lamb, your self solution lead me to the actual error. Inconsistent use of TABs and SPACEs.
The formatted code may appear correct, and even work after copying if the copied-and-pasted code gets cleaned up in the process. Lines 9 and 43 have tabs.
It only seems like magic. The real error is there somewhere. Cheers!