doublequotes in regexp 1.5.2 - zope/externalmethod
I have to do a little script for an old zope website running on
python1.5.2 and have a regexp problem.
(for those who know zope: I have to change all stx links in a dtml doc
to html which is not done for any reason. It's an old zope (2.3.2) :(
python is 1.5.2 I tried with string.find, but i get a "string object
has no atribute 'find'" error - find is documented for python-1.5.2 :-/
So i guesses i have to use an External Method where i can use re.)
In this method i do a re.findall for the stx link, i tried with several
expressions, and one i need to use does not work which seems quite
strange to me. I tried to track this down to the simplest parts, but up
to now unsuccessfully so i need your help, please.
BTW in cli mode everything is fine if i start the same script with python1.5
Apparently it's a fault of the '"' character, the double quotes.
Here are the most simple pattern i tried, the double quotes quoted with
\ and not, in triple quotes and not etc. Everytime i add the double
quotes, my pattern fails. And my text definetly has several stx links in
pattern = r'"\S+'
pattern = r'''"\S+'''
pattern = r'''\"\S+'''
Everything without d.quotes is ok, i.e.
urlchars = r'[A-Za-z0-9/:@_%~#=&\.\-\?\+\$,]+'
urlendchar = r'[A-Za-z0-9/]'
url = r'["=]?((about|gopher|http|https|ftp|mailto|file):%s'
this is the pattern i need:
link = r'(".+?"):%s' % (url)
which works fine on the cli.
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Re: doublequotes in regexp 1.5.2 - zope/externalmethod
"Florian Konnertz" <email@example.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
> I have to do a little script for an old zope website running on
> python1.5.2 and have a regexp problem.
> (for those who know zope: I have to change all stx links in a dtml doc
> to html which is not done for any reason. It's an old zope (2.3.2) :(
> python is 1.5.2 I tried with string.find, but i get a "string object
> has no atribute 'find'" error - find is documented for python-1.5.2 :-/
> So i guesses i have to use an External Method where i can use re.)
In python 1.5.2 you have to use:
s="blah pattern blah"
pos = string.find(s, "pattern")
for Zope this would be:
<dtml-var "_.string.find(REQUEST['somevar'], 'somepattern')">
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