[Tutor] Web browser
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Sat Jun 11 16:00:07 CEST 2005
Ai, for the frames you just call the win32 methods directly. Easy enough,
just got to deal with the DOM!
On 6/11/05, Craig Booth <c.m.booth at durham.ac.uk> wrote:
> As was recommended to me in a previous thread if you're on a
> Windows machine with IE installed then PAMIE
> (http://www.pamie.sourceforge.net) can simplify using the IE COM and does
> nearly everything you need.
> Pamie doesn't support frames correctly yet, but it is very easy to hack
> in support as and where it is needed.
> On Sat, 11 Jun 2005, Ismael Garrido wrote:
> > Hello.
> > I've been looking around for a web browser either written in python, or
> > with python bindings.
> > What I need to do is load a web-page, enter a password-protected site
> > and follow certain links, it needs to have frames and follow the refresh
> > meta. I'm running winxp, python 2.4
> > At first I thought about using a python web browser, but none I could
> > find had frames support. The most promising ones were quite old too. And
> > one that was completly written in Python used and old version and just
> > kept crashing in python 2.4.
> > Then, I thought about using some browser with bindings. I've looked all
> > over and found about nothing. Mozilla and its xpcom just seems quite
> > hard and I'm not sure if that does the job I want. I tried finding COM
> > bindings in other browsers, but I coudn't understand them and make them
> > work...
> > Any suggestion would be greatly appreciated.
> > Ismael
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