andy andy at eastonwest.co.uk
Fri Jan 17 00:10:59 CET 2003

On Thursday 16 Jan 2003 10:47 pm, you wrote:
>     andy> Your XML server's usage() method returns a string which wraps
>     andy> badly on my linux box; the line-end codes are probably Windows
>     andy> ones, I suppose...
>     andy> However, the synopsis() method returns a properly formatted
>     andy> string... are you mixing OSes or editors, perchance?
> Andy,
> Try
>     print srvr.synopsis()
> or
>     print srvr.usage()
> They've both got embedded LF characters as line endings.  The server runs
> on a Linux box.  Historically my development box was Linux w/ XEmacs, but
> more recently it is Mac OS X/XEmacs.  It still looks like the line endings
> are plain old LF.
> Skip

Oh yes, so it is.  Going off into a corner to sulk now.  <tourettes> Damned 
knee-jerk reaction, lack of attention to detail; can't even read plain 
English... mutter! rant! growl, mutter. </tourettes>


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