Fwd: Question about PyXML and python's stdlib xml
rrakus at redhat.com
Wed Feb 29 09:33:50 EST 2012
I'm forwarding this message to python-list, since I didn't get answer on
xml-sig ML. Hopefully this is right list to question.
Please keep me in CC. Original message is below.
-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Question about PyXML and python's stdlib xml
Date: Mon, 27 Feb 2012 16:51:00 +0100
From: Roman Rakus <rrakus at redhat.com>
To: xml-sig at python.org
I have concerns about PyXML and stdlib xml included directly in python.
Currently (in Fedora) python is trying to import PyXML, which means
other results when you have and haven't PyXML installed.
Furthermore, python's xml provides "dom", "parsers", "sax" and "etree".
PyXML provides 'dom', 'marshal', 'parsers', 'sax', 'schema', 'utils',
'xpath' and 'xslt'. Some modules are duplicated. Does PyXML provides
more functionality in those modules? Is python's xml better, same or
worse then PyXML? Anyway, python's xml is newer - is PyXML deprecated?
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