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Selectorlist extract first #624

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@ananana ananana commented Mar 4, 2014

Fixed failed tests in pull request #572 that adds extract_first() method to SelectorList; related to original issue #568

golewski and others added 7 commits Jan 30, 2014
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@shaneaevans shaneaevans commented Mar 5, 2014

code looks ok 👍

@@ -169,9 +169,17 @@ def css(self, xpath):
def re(self, regex):
return flatten([ for x in self])

def re_first(self, regex):
for el in iflatten(( for x in self)):

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kmike Apr 15, 2014

iflatten( for x in self) should also work

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@curita curita commented Mar 13, 2015

@ananana hi! Sorry for such late follow up, we're planning on (finally) getting this pull request merged.

There are some tasks still needed for doing so.
First, we should rebase current changes from scrapy:master. I tried to do it but there were some conflicts, maybe it's best to start a new pull requests and cherry-pick commits from this pull request.

Second, last commit (0587132) is a merge, it'd be best if it wasn't, we use merge commits for merging pull requests, so it's preferred that all commits from a given pull request are simple commits.

Are you interested in making these changes? Let us know, we can implement them if that's not the case.

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@curita curita commented Mar 19, 2015

Merged in ff64584

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