Proposal (in the making) for a versatile Python structured text standard
PyX is an attempt -- currently in its inceptive phase -- to formulate a standard for structured textual data that may be applied to docstrings, hierarchical configuration files and classical documents alike. PyX aims to provide a grammar and tools to transform documents from the source via intermediate representations as Python instance attributes, mappings or lists to output formats such as XML, HTML, and plain text.
This is alpha. Please do not hesitate to send any comments, share thoughts, provide critique. Also, because of the early stage this thing is in, even the web page is hard to read, never mind the obfuscated sources. So again, please drop me a line if you're interested. Installation procedures to be provided.
License: not yet defined Requires: pylon (downloadable from http://home.snafu.de/castor/projects/downloads/)
Categories: Parsing/Formatting, Structured Data Processing
Wolfgang Lipp (email@example.com) http://home.snafu.de/castor/projects/
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