Paul Everitt wrote:
Hi. Are there any events, current or planned, that can be observed to
modify the response?
Yes. They are planned.
Let's say I want to write a little function to transform every HTML
page that gets returned on a site. (Perhaps I want to hack it to make
it adhere to the corporate identity from the customer.)
In Apache2 there is a concept of a filter:
modpython supports this:
At the Castle Sprint, Jim talked about the possibility of having events
on the publisher, to allow folks to hook in and perform processing on
results. Any news on this?
No news, other than:
- I'm not sure whether this should be done with
subscribers, adapters, or some combination. :)
- I've started down the road to a much more event-driven
publication model in my bobo branch:
This still isn't what you (and I want) wrt to output processing.
I really haven't had much time to think about this. My rough thinking
- The result of traversal should be adapted to a publiing interface
of some sort.
- The result of the above adaptation (or some method of the same) should
be called to produce a publishing result.
- The result of the call should then be adapted to some final interface.
The result of this adaptation should be handed to the response.
(Or maybe this step should be done by the response when it is
given the result of the call.)
I think this last step would allow you to hook something up.
<Jim waves hands ...)
I'd love to get suggestions if people have any ideas of how
this might work.
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