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I am still getting an empty list back from search.py after replacing `get_results()' with this version. What am I missing/screwing up?
Has this 'patch' worked for anyone else?
Wow, Andrew, thanks for taking the time to put it together. I'm gonna try it out now and if it works, put it in xgoogle.
Yoyo, will get back to you with results soon.
Are you getting an empty list or are you just not doing anything with the data? Have you tried running the examples on this site?
Your source does the same for me when running from my ide it returns nothing because I have not done anything with the data.
Let me know cheers
Well, I am trying out the correctly tabbed patch that Andrew posted now. My command line test worked (Andrew, I failed to post the rest of the commands that showed my work). Since Goo has me pegged already, I am very careful about how I run my program now.
I will get back later on today, with the results.
Success! Thanks a million!
Here are my results.
Hey no worries!
Thanks for the props on your site, glad I could help
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