[ANN] pyxser-1.1r --- python xml serialization

Daniel Molina Wegener dmw at coder.cl
Tue Jul 28 05:02:47 CEST 2009


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Hello,

I'm pleased to announce pyxser-1.1r, a Python-Object to XML
serializer and deserializer. This package it's completly
written in C and licensed under LGPLv3.

The tested Python versions are 2.5.X and 2.7.X.

* home page:
  http://coder.cl/software/pyxser

* hosted at:
  http://sourceforge.net/projects/pyxser/

The current ChangeLog is as follows:

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1.1r (2009.05.09):

        Daniel Molina Wegener <dmw at coder.cl>
        * Removed bugs concerning XML schema declaration for output
        documents.
        * Removed bugs concerning XML schema design for C14N
        serialization.
        * Removed exc argument from C14N serialization functions,
        because they have no sense.
        * Code cleanup with function arguments (C code).
        * All changes seems to be transparent for previous versions.
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Also, I need a little bit of feedback. I want it to be able to
serialize files and buffers: I've planned to allow the user
to have three options: ignore files, serialize them in base64
encoding and just put the file name as string. But my question
concerns how the files and buffers are deserialized: I must
allow the user to dump the files on a directory, put the complete
file on a buffer object, or just extract the base64 encoded
block?

Best regards and thanks in advance...
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