> > for r in l: > > """
request.""" > > r > > """ = """ > > #eval("request." + r) > > """ > > I wonder if this is related to something I fixed yesterday... try > skipping the 'response' attribute and not displaying it. Something like this: > for r in l: > if r == 'response': continue > ... rest of loop ... > > I noticed that the HTTPResponse class had a __str__ method that > actually mutates the object's contents, and fixed it in our CVS > version (no anonymous CVS access available). Maybe that's what is > messing up your output. yes! that solved the main problem! i had other output problems, and i remembered that it might be necessary to use the "-u" option with the python interpreter, which i did, and now i get, what i expected with windows. i never had to use it before (i've written a CGI based bug database using ZODB, which i hopefully can release soon and some smaller python CGI script) - what make quixote "so special", that i need that option now? just curious. ;) great. thank you very much. let's see, what i can do now. ;) kaweh