[Tutor] SAX, DOM, XSLT api

Mike Hansen Mike.Hansen at atmel.com
Fri Nov 10 16:26:45 CET 2006


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> Hello,
> what are the equivalent Pyhton tools you suggest to handle:
> and which api for XSLT ?
> I know that this is a really newbie question...But I'm a true 
> python newbie ;) !
> Daniele
> P.s: I know I can also google-it a little bit to find those answers
> but your advices are better.
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Here's a list of all the XML parsing modles that come with Python 2.5.
Element Tree seems to be the more popular way of parsing XML in Python.
I believe you can download Element Tree for older vesions of Python.


Here's an article on XSLT tools for Python...



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