[ANN] pyxser-0.2r --- Python XML Serialization

Daniel Molina Wegener dmw at coder.cl
Mon Apr 20 18:30:10 CEST 2009


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Stefan Behnel wrote:

> Daniel Molina Wegener wrote:
>>   Sorry, it appears that I've misunderstand your question. By /unicode
>> objects/ I mean /python unicode objects/ aka /python unicode strings/.
> 
> Yes, that's exactly what I'm talking about. Maybe you should read up on
> what Unicode is.

  OK, seems that the better option is to return both types in different 
functions, then it will allow the user to choice to fit the development
needs.

> 
> 
>> Most of them can be reencoded into /latin*/ strings and then /ascii/
>> strings if is that what you want. But for most communications, suchs as
>> Java systems, utf-8 encoding goes as default.
> 
> Well, then do not output a Python unicode string, but a UTF-8 encoded byte
> string as the default. Except for a couple of cases, Python unicode
> strings are very inconvenient for serialised XML.

  OK, good point, I must take a look on the implementation, and as I've 
said, I will implement both returns in different functions to allow a user
choice, and document the impact of using python unicode strings.

  Thanks for your feedback :D

> 
> Stefan

Best regards,
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