On Tue, 2002-10-15 at 18:42, Tim Bird wrote:
>> This is the same thing that happens, in some circumstances, under
>> PyApache. I guess it has something to do with the way moin emits
>> its text, some time using sys.stdout.write, some time using print
>> statements: some parts of moin replace sys.stdout to get the output
>> of "subparts" (macros for example).
>> I've spent some time to track the problem, with out luck.
> I'm just guessing, but maybe you need to flush whatever you're
> writing to, right after your write:
> With all the streams being replaced and substituted, I wouldn't
> be at all surprised to see stuff left in output buffers and not
> making to the network socket in program write order.
No, that really isn't it. I've confirmed that if I have:
This part is normal. '''This part is bold.'''
The method that invokes the strong highlighting *really*is* called
before the method that prints the text:
-- formatter.strong is called to open
-- formatter.strong is called to close
-- formatter.rawtext (one I added) is called with "This part is
normal. This part is bold."
You see, I don't actually print the text as I go. In order to make sure
I produce proper XML, nothing is actually printed until
It seems that upon further investigation of the source code, the parser
is calling the formatter on strong tags and then *inserting* whatever it
returns into the text, before calling formatter.rawtext -- although this
answers my question, it doesn't really solve my problem.
I'm asking for advice on what the best way to build a document using
DOM. This process doesn't seem to fit into the formatter method because
of the problem I describe above.
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