[XML-SIG] XML package as RPM anywhere?
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
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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