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Wed Sep 9 11:44:07 CEST 2015
dieter schrieb am 09.09.2015 um 10:20:
> Palpandi writes:
>> Is it better to use pyxb than lxml?
>> What are the advantages of lxml and pyxb?
> "pyxb" has a different aim than "lxml".
> "lxml" is a general purpose library to process XML documents.
> It gives you an interface to the document's resources (elements,
> attributes, comments, processing instructions) on a low level
> independ from the document type.
lxml's toolbox is actually larger than that. There's also lxml.objectify
which provides a Python object interface to the XML tree, similar to what
data binding would give you. And you can stick your own Element object
implementations into it if you feel a need to simplify the API itself
and/or adapt it to a given document format.
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