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Python

What about user=current_user when inserting a row in Post ?

What about user=current_user when inserting a row in Post instead of user=g.user._get_current_object()?

The doc explained that you use _get_current_object() to actually get the object behind the proxy. I don't know whatever it mean, but then what are g.user and current_user pointing to?