On Sat, 2004-03-20 at 08:11, Mary Gardiner wrote:
I've been learned Nevow mainly by instinct, so this may be documented somewhere and I can't find it.
If I wanted to produce XML that looks something like:
<tag1> <tag2/> <tag3/> <tag4/> <tag4/> ... <tag4/> </tag1>
how would I do it?
I am using render = directive("sequence") for tag1, and pattern = "item" for tag4.
This works fine for:
<tag1> <tag4/> <tag4/> ... <tag4/> </tag1>
but I want to include those extra tags. I thought setting render = directive("heading") on tag2 and tag3 might work, but it gives the following error:
File "/home/mary/src/Nevow/nevow/accessors.py", line 53, in child return self.original[int(name)] exceptions.ValueError: invalid literal for int(): header
after a long traceback.
The two attached files should demonstrate the problem: noheader.py works, header.py gives the error mentioned.
Is this a bug or am I simply going about this the wrong way?
Are you trying to include "static" HTML as a header for the sequence or do you want the header to be generated using data that is only known at run time?