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From: Aaron Held opt <aaron@me...> - 2001-05-13 22:29:22
I am missing something here.
I have the following code
resp.write("Has %s test" % (testStr))
if I call my page via http://localhost/test/MVC?test=<h1>testing
Has <h1>testing test
Which is perfect. But I look at the source code for WebUtils.Funcs and it seems to me the function should just swap '<' with
as far as I can tell it eventually uses the array
and calls the following function
s = string.replace(s, code, code)
Where does the translation come from?
Is this some Python Voodo, an overridden function I misses, or I sign that I am late for my Mom's mothers day dinner?
As Isaac Newton would say now:
If I see further than others, it is because I stand on
the shoulders of giants too dumb to patent their discoveries.
(Gregory Palast, http://www.observer.co.uk/ )
At 04:34 PM 5/13/2001 -0400, Aaron Held opt wrote:
>Is this some Python Voodo, an overridden function I misses, or I sign that
>I am late for my Mom's mothers day dinner?
When I look at the source from my text editor, it looks fine:
htmlCodes = [
When I look at it from my web browser it looks wrong:
htmlCodes = [
Looks like a flaw in py2html.