Add links to a text (take III)

22 March 2005   0 comments   Python

Mind That Age!

This blog post is 13 years old! Most likely, its content is outdated. Especially if it's technical.

I've now made some improvements to my little addhrefs script. If you don't know what this is, read Add links to a text (take II) and Add links to a text with URLs which explains what this does.

The latest changes are that you can now pass your own function for turning an email or a URL into a link. For example:

>>> from addhrefs import addhrefs
>>> def emailify(e):return '<a href="/sendemail?to=%s">%s</a>'%(e,e)
>>> print addhrefs("Hello", emaillinkfunction=emailify)
Hello <a href="sendemail?"></a>

You can also do the same with URLs by filling the urllinkfunction parameter.

Download: addhrefs-0.6.tgz

UPDATE Bug fixed version: addhrefs-0.7.tgz


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