[Twisted-Python] resource.render_METHOD

Christopher Armstrong radix at twistedmatrix.com
Tue Mar 2 11:44:10 EST 2004

Richard.Townsend at edl.uk.eds.com wrote:
> I notice that if a resource receives a request it doesn't handle, then an
> UnsupportedMethod exception is raised. This returns HTML to the client
> containing a message that uses UnsupportedMethod.allowedMethods. This
> defaults to an empty tuple. 

> Is there a neater way to do this?

Hmm. I suppose render() could grope through methods on self to find all 
'render_FOO' methods when an exception occurs.. OTOH, we could just get 
rid of the allowed methods reporting. What's the use?

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