[IronPython] XmlDocument or XDocument in Python/Silverlight

Jonathan Slenders jonathan at slenders.be
Tue Jul 15 07:36:22 CEST 2008

Thank you, Jimmy.

At the moment, I'm at a summercamp and stay there until the end of the
month. Therefore, I've been inactive at this newsgroup.


2008/7/15 Jimmy Schementi <Jimmy.Schementi at microsoft.com>:

> Jonathan Slenders wrote:
> >
> > And another question, which is rather Silverlight then IronPython
> > related. I hope it's okey to ask it here.
> > How should I create a TextNode from Silverlight with IronPython code?
> > In javascript, one would:
> >
> > node = document.createTextNode("text"); element.appendChild(node);
> >
> > According to the MSDN documentation, the HtmlDocument class doesn't
> > have a createTextNode, and I can't find it anywhere else. Michael his
> > book has been extremely useful for me, but he uses innerHtml which i
> > really don't like. InnerHtml is is an old-style method for DOM-
> > manipulation, and unsafe by definition. (it allows you to insert HTML
> > code)
> Did you figure this out yet? Actually, not sure of the answer, but I
> "think" Silverlight doesn't support this. But it should. I sent a mail off
> to the Silverlight guys who work on the HTML bridge a while ago. I'll check
> back with them again, and get back to you.
> ~Jimmy
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