[PyQt] QWebkit: saving/caching user input
apaku at gmx.de
Wed Jan 18 08:34:19 GMT 2012
On 17.01.12 18:24:50, James Polk wrote:
> okay, Back at the front,...
> <form name="thisForm">
> <td>Name:</td> <td><input type=text name="name" id="nameId" value="John"></td>
> When displayed,..the user types "Mary" into the field, replacing "John".
> Then using a method I, uh...derived...from a related web example...
> We want to "capture" the HTML being displayed and save it out to file....
> But,..we need the resulting file to contain the new user input text "Mary"...not John...
> so that on subsequent reloads, the HTML textField will display "Mary",etc...
> Here's the snippet to cache...
> def DoIt(self):
> print "Saving..."
> data = self.webview.page().mainFrame().toHtml()
> thisFile = "test.html"
> open(QtCore.QString(thisFile), 'w').write(data)
> print "Done!"
> However, it saves out "John" instead of "Mary"....
> Can anybody offer any solutions to this ?
File a bugreport with Nokia that they DOM-API is broken.
> And/or offer any other suggestions or workarounds to accomplish same ?
include the headers and the body-attributes though) to get the HTML
of the page via JS which apparently always works.
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