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Anonymous committed 454edb5

Using "q" as the default query GET param. Should be easier switching to jQuery.
It seems jQuery Autocomplete can't be customized to use "query" instead of "q".

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autocomplete/media/js/yui_autocomplete.js

         autocomplete.resultTypeList = false;
         autocomplete.queryDelay = .5;
         autocomplete.forceSelection = force_selection;
+        autocomplete.generateRequest = function(sQuery) {
+            return "?q="+sQuery;
+        };
 
         var selected_item = {label: null, id: null};
         var hidden = document.getElementById("id_hidden_"+name);

autocomplete/views.py

     def __init__(self):
         self.settings = dict()
 
-    def __call__(self, request, ac_name, query_param='query'):
+    def __call__(self, request, ac_name, query_param='q'):
         if not ac_name in self.settings:
             return self.not_found(request, ac_name)
 

docs/library/views.rst

     consists of a list of *key-label* pairs::
 
         # Request:
-        GET /autocomplete/fruit/?query=red
+        GET /autocomplete/fruit/?q=red
         
         # JSON Response:
         [[9, "Strawberry"], [10, "Cherry"], [11, "Apple"]]
         as views.
 
         The optional argument *query_param* is the name of the GET parameter
-        that should contain the user input. It defaults to ``'query'``.
+        that should contain the user input. It defaults to ``'q'``.
 
         If the Javascript toolkit you're using requires you to use an other
-        value (e.g. ``'q'``) you can customize this param, by passing a
+        value (e.g. ``'query'``) you can customize this param, by passing a
         ``dict`` to the autocomplete view in your URLConf::
 
-            url('^autocomplete/(\w+)$', autocomplete, dict(query_param='q')),
+            url('^autocomplete/(\w+)$', autocomplete, dict(query_param='query')),
 
 
     .. method:: not_found(request, ac_name):