[XML-SIG] Content is split into two
2huggie at gmail.com
Thu Mar 27 05:01:38 CET 2008
On Wed, Mar 26, 2008 at 9:39 PM, J. Cliff Dyer <jcd at unc.edu> wrote:
> The parser will retrieve input in chunks of unspecified size. There is
> no guarantee that a text block will all get returned at once. You are
> seeing this problem because the print statement adds a newline after it
> prints. If you want to see the text itself, without phantom newlines,
> try replacing print with sys.stdout.write().
Thanks for the help.
Now I see that on page
"You also shouldn't assume that all the characters are passed in a single
Wow, totally unexpected. Wonder why it's designed as it is? This is
especially weird to me since the string size isn't big (small buffer) and
this add a bit of complexity to the text processing. Now I have to set flag
to make sure that I should finish off when moving out of the tag.
This now all sounds like of de javu, maybe I ran into this before. =/ I
don't process XML that often.
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