Preferred tool for folding XML into HTML

Gerhard Häring gh_pythonlist at gmx.de
Mon Jan 7 19:57:54 CET 2002


Le 07/01/02 à 18:39, Markus Jais écrivit:
> Russell Turpin wrote:
> 
> > This isn't really a Python question, but the Pythoneers are
> > smart folks, so I thought I would ask it here. Suppose a
> > development group is making a web app by using Python
> > back-end scripts to generate XML. The XML is desired for
> > automation and modularity. To create the interactive site,
> > the problem then reduces to folding the dynamic data, as
> > presented in XML, into static HTML pages. In other words,
> > the following translation is the last step in generating
> > each web page:
> > 
> >   XML (dynamic) + HTML template (static) -> final HTML
> > 
> > What are now the preferred tools for doing this?
> > 
> > Thanks!
> > 
> > Russell
> 
> 
> a possibility for transforming xml into html ist xslt
> you get an open source xslt implementation for python at
> http://www.4suite.org

Starting with PyXML 0.7, XSLT is integrated: http://pyxml.sf.net/

Gerhard
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