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test_text_creole.TestCloseInlineTestCase Class Reference
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def testCloseOneInline
def parse

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Definition at line 154 of file test_text_creole.py.


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def test_text_creole.ParserTestCase.parse (   self,
  body 
) [inherited]
Parse body and return html

Create a page with body, then parse it and format using html formatter

Definition at line 26 of file test_text_creole.py.

00026 
00027     def parse(self, body):
00028         """Parse body and return html
00029 
00030         Create a page with body, then parse it and format using html formatter
00031         """
00032         request = self.request
00033         assert body is not None
00034         request.reset()
00035         page = Page(request, PAGENAME)
00036         page.hilite_re = None
00037         page.set_raw_body(body)
00038         formatter = HtmlFormatter(request)
00039         formatter.setPage(page)
00040         page.formatter = formatter
00041         request.formatter = formatter
00042         request.page = page
00043         parser = CreoleParser(body, request, line_anchors=False)
00044         formatter.startContent('') # needed for _include_stack init
00045         output = request.redirectedOutput(parser.format, formatter)
00046         formatter.endContent('')
00047         return output
00048 

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parser.wiki: close open inline tag when block close 

Definition at line 156 of file test_text_creole.py.

00156 
00157     def testCloseOneInline(self):
00158         """ parser.wiki: close open inline tag when block close """
00159         cases = (
00160             # test, expected
00161             ("text**text\n", r"<p>text<strong>text\s*</strong></p>"),
00162             ("text//text\n", r"<p>text<em>text\s*</em></p>"),
00163             ("text //em **em strong", r"text <em>em <strong>em strong"),
00164         )
00165         for test, expected in cases:
00166             result = self.parse(test)
00167             assert re.search(expected, result)
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