4DOM 0.8.2

uche.ogbuji@fourthought.com uche.ogbuji@fourthought.com
Tue, 26 Oct 99 23:50:07 GMT

FourThought LLC (http://FourThought.com) announces the release of

                             4DOM 0.8.2
                An XML/HTML Python library using the
                  Document Object Model interface

4DOM is a Python library for XML and HTML processing and manipulation
using the W3C's Document Object Model for interface.  4DOM supports
DOM all of Level 1 (core and HTML), as well as Document Traversal from
Level 2.  4DOM also adds some helper components for DOM Tree creation
and printing, python integration, white-space manipulation, etc.

4DOM can work in a CORBA* enviroment, or in a purely local set-up.

4DOM is designed to allow developers rapidly design applications
that read, write or manipulate HTML and XML.



- Create a Reader module under Ext for importing strings into 4DOM.
  Builder is now deprecated and will disappear before version 1.0
        o Reader has three drivers currently: Sax and HtmlLib are
          just modularized versions of the functionality that was
          formerly in Builder, and Sax2 is a driver for the
          as-yet experimental SAX 2 specification.
- Fixed a Builder/Reader bug for HTML input and empty, unclosed tags
  such as <br>
- Fixed a bug in text normalization
- Miscellaneous bug-fixes

More info and Obtaining 4DOM

Please see


Or you can download 4DOM from


4DOM is distributed under a license similar to that of Python.

*For CORBA users, 4DOM directly supports ILU and Fnorb.

Uche Ogbuji
FourThought LLC, IT Consultants
uche.ogbuji@fourthought.com	(970)481-0805
Software engineering, project management, Intranets and Extranets
http://FourThought.com		http://OpenTechnology.org

<P><A HREF="http://FourThought.com/4Suite/4DOM">4DOM 0.8.2</A> -
CORBA-aware implementation of the W3C Document Object Model (DOM),
supports Fnorb, ILU and "ORB-less" operation.  (21-Oct-99)

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