[XML-SIG] xmlproc version 0.30
Lars Marius Garshol
07 Apr 1998 01:16:55 +0200
* Andrew Kuchling
| So, what's everyone doing coding-wise? Things have been too quiet
| here lately.
xmlproc version 0.30, with validation, is now released. This should be
considered a beta, but it works and is reasonably complete. (It
handles content model validation, all kinds of attributes exception
notation attributes, nested entities and even detects ambiguous
content models.) Once I get some feedback and manage to polish the
code and APIs a bit more I should be able to release 0.31, at which
time I hope to be ready to announce the parser on xml-dev and
(xmlproc is at
Nothing is happening with saxlib yet. I left the planned release for
later, since a new SAX proposal will probably arrive quite soon now.
However, I've been thinking of adding drivers for htmllib, sgmllib and
Paul Prescods ESIS-driven parser. I also hope to be able to make a
driver for PyXMLTok.
I've got some ideas for tools for generating XML from Python, and
especially from databases, but I don't think I'll be able to find the
time to actually write anything for a while yet.
BTW: James Clark has now released expat, which is a newer version of
XMLTok. Maybe the module should be updated?
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