xml input sanitizing method in standard lib?
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Mon Mar 9 22:40:50 CET 2009
En Mon, 09 Mar 2009 15:30:31 -0200, Petr Muller <afri at afri.cz> escribió:
> Thanks for response and sorry for I wasn't clear first time. I have a
> heap of data (logs), from which I build a XML document using
> xml.dom.minidom. In this data, some xml invalid characters may occur -
> form feed (\x0c) character is one example.
> I don't know what else is illegal in xml, so I've searched if there's
> some method how to prepare strings for insertion to a xml doc before I
> start research on a xml spec and write such function on my own.
You don't have to; Python already comes with xml support. Using
ElementTree to build the document is usually easier and faster:
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