[mod_python] feature request: psp templating returns html code to calling script, not to browser.

Wouter van Marle wouter at squirrel-systems.com
Wed May 18 22:58:08 EDT 2005

Hi all,

Then hereby I'll make it a feature request:

I'd like to have a method to catch the html code as produced by the
run() method of the psp.PSP object for use in e.g. an e-mail body,
instead of having the run() method automatically pass it to the browser.

I mean: normally one does something like:
page = psp.PSP(req,  "template.psp")
page.run({"spam": 1, "eggs": 5})
and the page is converted to html, and displayed in the browser. I'd
like to use this templating for creating an e-mail, e.g.:

page = psp.PSP(req,  "template.psp")
body = page.create({"spam": 1, "eggs": 5})

Which basically would do exactly the same as the run() module, except
for having the html code as output.

Wouter van Marle
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