Commit 1cb074ac authored by Quentin Defenouillere's avatar Quentin Defenouillere Committed by ntome

[filters.standard] Changed Capitalize filter to Title

This filter uses title(), not capitalize(), so it is less misleading to
call it "Title".
parent e71ae745
......@@ -38,7 +38,7 @@ from .base import _NO_DEFAULT, Filter, FilterError, ItemNotFound, _Filter, debug
__all__ = [
'Filter', 'FilterError', 'ColumnNotFound', 'RegexpError', 'FormatError',
'AsyncLoad', 'Async', 'Base', 'Decode', 'Env', 'TableCell', 'RawText',
'CleanText', 'Lower', 'Upper', 'Capitalize', 'Currency', 'NumberFormatError',
'CleanText', 'Lower', 'Upper', 'Title', 'Currency', 'NumberFormatError',
'CleanDecimal', 'Slugify', 'Type', 'Field', 'Regexp', 'Map', 'MapIn',
'DateTime', 'FromTimestamp', 'Date', 'DateGuesser', 'Time', 'Duration',
'MultiFilter', 'CombineDate', 'Format', 'BrowserURL', 'Join', 'MultiJoin',
......@@ -375,12 +375,12 @@ class Upper(CleanText):
return txt.upper()
class Capitalize(CleanText):
"""Extract text with :class:`CleanText` and capitalize it."""
class Title(CleanText):
"""Extract text with :class:`CleanText` and apply title() to it."""
@debug()
def filter(self, txt):
txt = super(Capitalize, self).filter(txt)
txt = super(Title, self).filter(txt)
return txt.title()
......
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