SGML and Python

Paul Prescod paulp at ActiveState.com
Tue Jul 17 20:03:24 CEST 2001


burton_kent at bigfoot.com wrote:
> 
> What's available for SGML and Python?  PyGrove and PySGML are what
> I've found, however, the website at the University of Waterloo where
> they're located seem to always be down.
> 
> I need to do validation and correction of incomplete SGML documents.

Neither PyGrove nor PySGML dealt very well with incomplete (i.e. not
well-formed) SGML documents.

Anyhow, what I typically do these days is to use something like SX to
translate into XML, use the wealth of XML tools available and then
translate back into SGML if necessary.
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