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Tue Jan 16 14:53:06 EST 2007
Jaime Wyant wrote: > Maybe I did not explain things very well? No, you explained your problem precisely. > I am using > mod_python.publisher, which does its magic calling my functions > automagically. In my called functions, I simply return a string. Good. > I hardcoded them because I sort of hacked this together about 4 or so > years ago -- you learn a lot in four years. Would I hardcode the server > name today - well no:). (But this is not relevant to my question, imo). You're right. Sorry for second-guessing. It's not easy to determine if the requested solution indicates lack of expertise. Of course, in this case, you're trying to solve a problem caused by your former newbie self. :) > Yeah, it'd be better to fix the website, but I'm in a time crunch. > Plus, publisher.py is well written / commented. So plugging in my fix > well was simple - about 4 lines IIRC. (Nice job mod_python developers!) > > In the end, I guess there is no way to intercept the `req.write' call > before the publisher makes it. There probably is. There is also an external module that might work for you: http://mod-replace.sourceforge.net/ Graham's discussed adding filter support to mod_python, as well, but I don't know how usable it is at the moment.