Fred Drake wrote:
On 7/21/05, Dmitry Vasiliev <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Log message for revision 37358:
Now input encoding of a PageTemplateFile in 'html' mode is determined
by <meta> declaration and then the declaration will stripped.
Shouldn't <meta>/<?xml?> stripping be in PageTemplate.__call__()?
This should be stripped by the compilation phase. Since those should
never be part of the output, they need not be represented in the
compiled template at all.
I think about the following generic algorithm:
1. Preparation stage. Content type and encoding are determining based on the
<?xml?>/<meta> declarations. In case of the 'text/html' type and a not unicoded
content we decode the content. In case of the 'text/xml' type the parser takes
care of the encoding at the cooking stage. We can do it somewhere inside
2. Cooking stage. Nothing interested for our case.
3. Rendering stage. Now we can strip the <?xml?>/<meta> declarations. We can do
it somewhere inside PageTemplate.pt_render()/PageTempalte.__call__() methods.
BTW, just curious why we need to read HTML files in the text mode (See
Dmitry Vasiliev (dima at hlabs.spb.ru)
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