On Saturday, August 10, 2002, at 05:54 AM, Stephen Thorne wrote:
> Okay, I've been doing some hacking trying to make a small application
> twisted.web and the .rpy stuff, using DOMTemplate.
Awesome. I really appreciate people using it and providing feedback;
designing in a vacuum is tough.
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> This (when twistd --nodaemon is used) prints 1 twice (instead of the
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> This is *bad*. viewMethod in this instance is
> response.factory_getBody, and in
> order to figure out if factory_getBody returns a widget as opposed to
> instance of xml.dom.minidom.Element it actually calls the function to
> have a
> look. If it doesn't return a widget it *throws the result away*.
> is then returned and used elsewhere, where its actually intended to be
Indeed it is bad. The fix was to return the result up if the result was
*not* a widget, and not bother calling viewMethod again. Since I always
program DOMTemplate using domwidgets nowadays, I never encountered this.
Patch committed, which you already know since you committed the patch
> Considering that rendering a template node could have program logic in
> it that
> only should be evaluated once per pageview. It could also carry some
> expensive database transactions.
Just fyi,it is possible to do this sort of setup by overriding the
setUp method. However, there are often cases where doing a monolithic
"setUp" doesn't make sense, and leaving each node to gather it's own
data is lazier and therefore more efficient.
Thanks for the bug report.