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Hi! I'm currently getting a syntax error, but I can't see what the issue is. Can anyone help out?
The invalid syntax traceback is showing line 61:
class Post(Model): ^
Here's my code for reference
import datetime from flask.ext.bcrypt import generate_password_hash from flask.ext.login import UserMixin from peewee import * DATABASE = SqliteDatabase('social.db') class User(UserMixin, Model): username = CharField(unique=True) email = CharField(unique=True) password = CharField(max_length=100) joined_at = DateTimeField(default=datetime.datetime.now) is_admin = BooleanField(default=False) class Meta: database = DATABASE order_by = ('-joined_at',) @classmethod def create_user(cls, username, email, password, admin=False): try: with DATABASE.transaction(): cls.create( username=username, email=email, password=generate_password_hash(password), is_admin=admin) except IntegrityError: raise ValueError("User already exists") def get_posts(self): return Post.select().where(Post.user == self) def get_stream(self): return Post.select().where( (Post.user == self) ) def following(self): """The users that we are following""" return ( User.select().join( Relationship, on=Relationship.to_user ).where( Relationship.from_user == self ) ) def followers(self): """Get users following the current user""" return ( User.select().join( Relationship, on=Relationship.from_user ).where( Relationship.to_user == self ) class Post(Model): timestamp = DateTimeField(default=datetime.datetime.now) user = ForeignKeyField( rel_model=User, related_name='posts' ) content = TextField() class Meta: database = DATABASE order_by = ('-timestamp',) class Relationship(Model): from_user = ForeignKeyField(User, related_name='relationships') to_user = ForeignKeyField(User, related_name='related_to') class Meta: database = DATABASE indexes = ( (('from_user', 'to_user'), True) ) def initialize(): DATABASE.connect() DATABASE.create_tables([User, Post, Relationship], safe=True) DATABASE.close()
[MOD: added ```python formatting -cf]
Chris FreemanTreehouse Moderator 67,982 Points
Many times, the line flagged as the error follows the actual line with the error due to the syntax parsing spilling over to the next line. In this case, the error is a missing close paren in the previous statement:
return ( User.select().join( Relationship, on=Relationship.from_user ).where( Relationship.to_user == self ) # closes where not return