django-permissions-1.0 / permissions /

# permissions import
import permissions.utils

class ObjectPermissionsBackend(object):
    """Django backend for object permissions. Needs Django 1.2.

    Use it together with the default ModelBackend like so::

    supports_object_permissions = True
    supports_anonymous_user = True

    def authenticate(self, username, password):
        return None

    def has_permission(self, permission_codename, user, obj=None):
        """Checks whether the passed user has passed permission for passed
        object (obj).

        This should be the primary method to check wether a user has a certain


            The permission's codename which should be checked.

            The user for which the permission should be checked.

            The object for which the permission should be checked.
        return permissions.utils.has_permission(obj, user, permission_codename)
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