[reportlab-users] Python 3, bad output with repr()

Provost Jean-Sébastien jean-sebastien.provost at csbe.qc.ca
Thu Nov 28 11:35:56 EST 2013

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Jean-Sébastien Provost

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-----Message d'origine-----
De : reportlab-users-bounces at lists2.reportlab.com [mailto:reportlab-users-bounces at lists2.reportlab.com] De la part de Lele Gaifax
Envoyé : 28 novembre 2013 09:09
À : reportlab-users at reportlab.com
Objet : [reportlab-users] Python 3, bad output with repr()

Hi all,

first of all, let me thank again Robin for his effort in porting RL to Py3!

After latest announcement, I spent some time on the report side of my pet project which I ported to Py3. I was able to adapt my code and many outputs already work reasonably well (yeah!).

With a few of them I have a strange result, where RL seems to apply
repr() on plain strings and I fail to see why: it does not do that in other, more complex tables... so I cannot exclude I'm doing something wrong here.

I'm attaching a stripped down version of one simple printout, as well as the PDF I'm getting: it's a "score card" for a game, where players fill in their scores, so it's basically just a "frame", without much text.

Thanks in advance for any hint,
ciao, lele.

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