[XML-SIG] new snapshot release of pydom.

Lars Marius Garshol larsga@ifi.uio.no
17 Apr 1998 16:41:52 +0200

* Stefane Fermigier
| I've worked a little on pydom last week-end. 

I used PyDOM in an XML->HTML conversion script and when I saw that
PyDOM 0.1 was out I tried replacing it. It worked without a hitch.
| There is new builder that parses HTML, built on top of sgmllib.

Just so you know: I plan to add SAX drivers for sgmllib, htmllib and
Paul Prescods ESIS module once the new revision of SAX is finalized.
| There is a new module, pydom.py, which permits to built DOM trees using
| Python sytax, e.g.:
| doc = HTML(HEAD(TITLE('My Title')), BODY(P('First paragraph')))

Sounds really interesting. I'll look at it as soon as I can.

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