[Seaside] Resolved: Error: <<<This string contains a character (ascii value 160) that is not normally used in code>>>

gettimothy gettimothy at zoho.com
Sat Nov 24 08:35:22 UTC 2018

Well, that was interesting...the secret was the format and {1} construct. Interesting code: scrapeWikiPagesToNewClassFrom: aInteger To: zInteger  pausingBetweenBy: delayInteger |methodTemplate methodSource wikipage newclassname|       methodTemplate := 'page ^', $', '{1}' ,$'.       aInteger to:  zInteger do: [:pageNo |       newclassname := ('DocletSwiki', pageNo asString) asSymbol.       wikipage:= (((( 'http://wiki.squeak.org/squeak/', pageNo printString) asUrl retrieveContents contents withSeparatorsCompacted)                               copyReplaceAll:(160 asCharacter asString) with:(Character space asString))                                     copyReplaceAll:($' asString) with:(($" asString))).         methodSource := methodTemplate format:{wikipage}.         methodSource inspect.          DocletSwiki subclass: newclassname             instanceVariableNames: ''             classVariableNames: ''             poolDictionaries: ''             category: 'SeasideDoc-Doclet'.           (Smalltalk at:newclassname) compile: methodSource. (Delay forSeconds: delayInteger) wait.] It worked! ---- On Fri, 23 Nov 2018 07:56:34 -0500 Joachim Tuchel <jtuchel at objektfabrik.de> wrote ---- Hi Timothy, I'd start looking for quotes in the html string. Seems parts of the String are not interpreted as String contents. Is that possible? Joachim   _______________________________________________ seaside mailing list seaside at lists.squeakfoundation.org http://lists.squeakfoundation.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/seaside   gettimothy <gettimothy at zoho.com> hat am 23. November 2018 um 13:51 geschrieben: Good morning, At http://www.menmachinesmaterials.com/SeasideDoc I am trying to scrape  http://wiki.squeak.org/squeak/  and store the html data in a method of a subclass of DocletSwiki. I am able to create new subclasses with methods just fine until I try to store the html content in a method. My latest attempt to just get something to work looks like this: |ht createdMethodName | createdMethodName := #htmlcontent. ht := HelpTopic title:'Dude' contents:(HTTPLoader default retrieveContentsFor: (' http://wiki.squeak.org/squeak/1' asUrl)). DocletSwiki compile: createdMethodName, (ht contents content asTextFromHtml). that ht contents content asTextFromHtml is the latest contortion after many hours of hacking. It throws the SyntaxError (?) shown in the subject header above. A simple  DocletSwiki compile: #htmlcontent, '^ 1' works fine. DocletSwiki is a simple subclass of WAComponent. Thanks in advance. t
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