htmllib question

Doug Fort dougfort at downright.com
Wed Jun 6 22:45:31 CEST 2001


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Rob Deker wrote:

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>Is there an easy way to

> modify the HTML one is parsing while it's being parsed? For example,

> if I wanted to change absolute links to relative links.

<snip>

> 

We modify links in our website load testing application.  We use sgmllib to 

process the html, it's much more flexible than htmllib.  I



f you're interested in that sort of thing, I strongly recommend the new 

'Python Standard Library' by Frederik Lundh from O'Reilly.  It has a high 

signal to noise ratio with many examples, including sgmllib and htmllib.



I've attached one of our parsers from http://www.stressmy.com, FWIW it may 

be too incoherrent to be of use to you. 

-- 

Doug Fort <dougfort at downright.com>

Senior Meat Manager

Downright Software LLC

http://www.downright.com
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