Question about PyXML and python's stdlib xml
ramit.prasad at jpmorgan.com
Wed Feb 29 19:03:06 CET 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.
>>>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?
>Yes. It's a dead project.
>> Please keep me in CC, I'm not subscribed to the list.
>That may be the problem in the xml-sig case also.
I believe a current equivalent would be lxml.
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