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Squishdot generates 'Attribute Error'
Squishdot Posted by Duncan Booth on Monday August 09, 05:34PM, 1999
from the just-when-it-was-all-going-so-well dept.
I have a problem with squishdot 0.1.5a generating 'attribute errors' when I try to save a posting in Zope 2.0 Beta 3.

The problem seems to be that when I save a document where either the summary or the main body includes a newline, the call:

summary = split(regsub.gsub(CRLF,'\n',summary),'\n')

(or the corresponding body=... call) in squishdot.py fails with attribute error (value 'regs') on line 38 of regsub.py. This is with Zope 2.0 Beta 3 so it may be due to a change in that version.

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    Re: Squishdot generates 'Attribute Error'
    by AMK on Sunday August 15, 01:08AM, 1999
    It looks like the gsub() function is broken in
    Zope 2.0's ts_regex.py. I've reported the bug, but the whole idea of ts_regex, which tries to provide thread-safe regular expressions, is a hack.
    Squishdot (and Zope) should really be using the re module instead, which is thread-safe.

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    • Re: Squishdot generates 'Attribute Error'
      by Chris Brightman on Tuesday August 24, 10:14AM, 1999
      I have run into the same problem.

      Now that I have built my Squishdot site using Zope 2.0b5, can I export it to a Zope 1.10.3 install, so that I can have a working site?


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      • Re: Squishdot generates 'Attribute Error'
        by Chris Brightman on Tuesday August 24, 10:22AM, 1999
        Alternatively, how easy is it to hack Squishdot.py so that it uses 're'?

        Thanks


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