[XML-SIG] XML package as RPM anywhere?

Oliver Andrich olli@rhein-zeitung.de
Thu, 28 Jan 1999 10:05:03 +0100


I am using the xml stuff very much at work myself, but because it is changing
so fast, I kept the xml 0.5 package in secret. If someone needs them, then I
can sent them to him/her. But I think chris is right with his opinion, but if
you think that the xml 0.5 should be released precompiled then this is no

Bye, Oliver

On Thu, Jan 28, 1999 at 09:29:43AM +0100, Christian Tismer wrote:
> Dinu C. Gherman wrote:
> > 
> > Are the various versions of the XML add-ons distributed also
> > in the popular RPM format? If so, where can the be found?
> > It seems Oliver Andrich does not provide them.
> I don't think that this makes sense, already. The XML SIG has
> made great progress but is still very evolving. The current
> snapshot releases are very easy to install, since you
> just need to unpack the archive into a dir which is in the
> Python path, and you can import the modules instantly.
> If you want to follow the latest releases, I'd recommend
> to use CVS. RPM seems to be a little early.
> ciao - chris
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