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|PhantomJs strips all the XML tags from RSS feed|
PhantomJS is a browser which interprets arbitrary markup as HTML. So
even when you specifically open the RSS feed as a page it will try to
render the HTML. But since RSS elements (tags) don't have a meaning as
HTML they are rendered as a generic block element.
Some browsers in fact show RSS feeds in a specific way when they
encounter them, but not so PhantomJS. All it means is that
|Getting (in Python) the text output of executing a CMD command from Python|
As Cyber mentioned, subprocess.check_output is a really easy way of
file = "foo.txt"
text = "'comment'"
output = subprocess.check_output(["BZR", "commit", file, "-m", text])
Disclaimer: This code will only work with Python 2.7+
|Using unicode characters in Python's command line (Python 3.4.1.)|
This will depend on the encoding of the terminal you are using -
One of the most complete encodings is utf-8, and if you ensure your
on utf-8 you should have no problem printing these characters.
The "charmap" encoding is used on the windows terminal - and can only
didplay a subset of 256 unicode characters - which do not include
'u02c4', among possibly others you might want.
|How to space out rows and columns in Python Tkinter|
You're creating the frames as children of self.bfr2, but you are
calling self.row_configure and self.columnconfigure instead of
self.bfr2.rowconfigure and self.bfr2.columnconfigure. What you're
doing is setting the padding for the parent of the containing frame
rather than the containing frame.
|Python script to determine free space provides inaccurate results|
Tb = kb * kb * kb * kb
You are using 5 divisions by 1024 which would express bytes as
Petabytes instead of Terabytes.
better use a conversion function:
TB = 1024**4
return numberOfBytes / TB