most complete xml package for Python?

Diez B. Roggisch deets at nospam.web.de
Thu Mar 15 18:44:19 CET 2007


metaperl schrieb:
> On Mar 14, 5:34 pm, "John Machin" <sjmac... at lexicon.net> wrote:
> 
> 
>> Given keywords like "Amara" and "Elementtree" and past history, it
>> looked to me like a troll of one kind trying to incite a troll of
>> another kind to pop out from under the bridge and chew on his
>> ankle :-)
> 
> Well, I'm not a troll. And I am now even less impressed with
> ElementTree. It does not preserve the document but reforms it in
> certain cases.
> 
> <script></script>
> 
> gets rewritten as
> 
> <script />
> 
> which leads to problems when embedding Dojo Rich Text Editors.

Beside the fact that this is a problem of browsers (which won't help you 
much, as you have to deal with this somehow, blaming browsers alone 
isn't solving problems I'm just too aware of), I wonder: which XML 
framework _does_ preserve such tags?

I can't imagine a way of doing so as a DOM node is a DOM node. I could 
only create a custom renderer for HTML to circumvene that specific 
pitfall - but then, you could also create a post-rendering filter 
regex-based that expands the script-tags

Diez



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