i at mindlace.net
Sat Jun 7 11:46:51 EST 2003
--On 7 Saturday, June 2003 13:27 +1000 Dave Cole <djc at object-craft.com.au> wrote: > That is true. If you restrict yourself to Python and HTML you are > forced to do something like this: > > for name in keys: > print '<tr>' > print ' <td>%s</td>' % name > print ' <td>%s</td>' % environ[name] > print '<tr>' That's certainly not the only other possible approach. I think PyMeld is the beginning of a better solution. It gives an example almost exactly like the one above at <http://www.entrian.com/PyMeld/> My only problem with it is its repitition of id tags in successive nodes, but that's fixable - the important part, the very pythonic object model it gives you for the nodes of the page you care about- is there. This is obviously not a state solution or any of the rest of the things Albatross helps you with. ~mindlace GPG Key: http://mindlace.net/public_key http://mindlace.net Enough is a feast.