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Hey, Pete. I keep running into problems and am having trouble figuring out what's gone wrong.
Here's my sample code...
$ from xgoogle.search import GoogleSearch
$ gs = GoogleSearch('oh yes')
At this point, I get an empty list back from search.py, from this code section...
if not self.results_info:
self.results_info = search_info
if self.num_results == 0:
self.eor = True
Can you help a brother out here, please?
The odd part is that sometimes, I get results and sometimes I don't. ...almost like Google is just flat out denying me. However, I would think that I would get an HTTP error, and I am not.
Any help is much appreciated!
Hi. Xgoogle is currently broken and I don't have enthusiasm to fix it. Someone pasted a patch above but it's not indented right and again I don't have enough enthusiasm to figure out how to indent it right.
Okay, no problem, Pete. That's all I needed to know. Thanks!
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