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Name HTE - HTML Tree Engine Requirements Python 2.x License BSD 2-Clause Links Repository https://bitbucket.org/johnmdev/hte

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Base Code import os from hte import Html5TreeBuilder from hte.match import * tb = Html5TreeBuilder() doc = tb.html() body = doc.add(tb.body(tb.h1("Env"))) table = body.add(tb.table()) table.add([tb.tr(tb.td(k), tb.td(v)) for k, v in sorted(os.environ.item

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What Is HTE? HTE (HTML Treebuilder Engine) provides an easy way to programatically build HTML document trees. How Does HTE Work? HTE provides an Html Tree object which is used to generate and manage nodes on the HTML document tree. Nodes may be: tag eleme

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Import All examples require: from hte import Html5TreeBuilder, Raw tb = Html5TreeBuilder() Render Assuming the tree starts at doc, render the tree by: print(doc.render()) Attributes Most elements take attributes though not all attributes are valid for all
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Various tree builders are available, each with their own configuration: Configuration Setting Html5TreeBuilder XHtml5TreeBuilder XmlTreeBuilder anytag (allow any tag) No No Yes attrminimize (automatically minimize attribute names) Yes Yes No ignorecase (i

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