XSL transform with Python

Uche Ogbuji uche at ogbuji.net
Fri Oct 8 20:38:47 CEST 2004

vegard at mail.com (Vegard Bakke) wrote in message news:<33a013af.0410060646.3a821dc7 at posting.google.com>...
> Hi!
> All I want to do is transforming an XML into another XML using an XSLT
> stylesheet.
> From what I have found on the web/usenet there are several xml/xsl
> libraries/wrapper, all in various stages of alpha/beta/stalled
> releases. (Sablotron, Sab-pyth, PySablot, libxml2, libxslt are some of
> those I found.)
> The script will be running in a production environment and must
> therefore be stable above all. Alphas and Betas are not that welcome.
> Can anyone give me a pointer to what module to use, what is stable,
> and what is and be stay standard for Python?

Don't forget 4Suite, which supports EXSLT and a lot of other
extensions, and has a very clean Python extension mechanism.


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