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from optparse import make_option

from django.conf import settings
from django.db import connections, router, transaction, models, DEFAULT_DB_ALIAS
from import call_command
from import NoArgsCommand, CommandError
from import no_style
from import sql_flush, emit_post_sync_signal
from django.utils.importlib import import_module

class Command(NoArgsCommand):
    option_list = NoArgsCommand.option_list + (
        make_option('--noinput', action='store_false', dest='interactive', default=True,
            help='Tells Django to NOT prompt the user for input of any kind.'),
        make_option('--database', action='store', dest='database',
            default=DEFAULT_DB_ALIAS, help='Nominates a database to flush. '
                'Defaults to the "default" database.'),
    help = ('Returns the database to the state it was in immediately after '
           'syncdb was executed. This means that all data will be removed '
           'from the database, any post-synchronization handlers will be '
           're-executed, and the initial_data fixture will be re-installed.')

    def handle_noargs(self, **options):
        db = options.get('database')
        connection = connections[db]
        verbosity = int(options.get('verbosity'))
        interactive = options.get('interactive') = no_style()

        # Import the 'management' module within each installed app, to register
        # dispatcher events.
        for app_name in settings.INSTALLED_APPS:
                import_module('.management', app_name)
            except ImportError:

        sql_list = sql_flush(, connection, only_django=True)

        if interactive:
            confirm = raw_input("""You have requested a flush of the database.
This will IRREVERSIBLY DESTROY all data currently in the %r database,
and return each table to the state it was in after syncdb.
Are you sure you want to do this?

    Type 'yes' to continue, or 'no' to cancel: """ % connection.settings_dict['NAME'])
            confirm = 'yes'

        if confirm == 'yes':
                cursor = connection.cursor()
                for sql in sql_list:
            except Exception, e:
                raise CommandError("""Database %s couldn't be flushed. Possible reasons:
  * The database isn't running or isn't configured correctly.
  * At least one of the expected database tables doesn't exist.
  * The SQL was invalid.
Hint: Look at the output of ' sqlflush'. That's the SQL this command wasn't able to run.
The full error: %s""" % (connection.settings_dict['NAME'], e))

            # Emit the post sync signal. This allows individual
            # applications to respond as if the database had been
            # sync'd from scratch.
            all_models = []
            for app in models.get_apps():
                    m for m in models.get_models(app, include_auto_created=True)
                    if router.allow_syncdb(db, m)
            emit_post_sync_signal(set(all_models), verbosity, interactive, db)

            # Reinstall the initial_data fixture.
            kwargs = options.copy()
            kwargs['database'] = db
            call_command('loaddata', 'initial_data', **kwargs)

            self.stdout.write("Flush cancelled.\n")