[XML-SIG] Win32 0.5.2: No parsers found
Tue, 12 Oct 1999 19:15:44 +1000
> The first thing to note here is that this demo seems to be hard-wired
> to use Expat. Try doing this:
> from xml.sax.drivers import drv_pyexpat
>>> from xml.sax.drivers import drv_pyexpat
Traceback (innermost last):
File "<interactive input>", line 1, in ?
File "C:\Program Files\Python\xml\sax\drivers\drv_pyexpat.py", line
22, in ?
from xml.parsers import pyexpat
ImportError: cannot import name pyexpat
pyexpat.dll is in the DLLs directory, but there's no xml\parsers\pyexpat.py
> from xml.sax import saxexts
> print saxexts.make_parser().get_parser_name()
>>> from xml.sax import saxexts
>>> print saxexts.make_parser().get_parser_name()
> The PYTHONPATH and the Python registry settings are what matters, not
> the PATH variable.
I tried adding Python\PythonCore\1.5\Modules\pyexpat with a default value of
C:\Program Files\Python\DLLs\pyexpat.dll, but that didn't help.
My current guess is that the distribution is missing a key file or two. I
started with an empty system here -- just installed py152.exe,
win32all-125.exe, and PythonXML.exe.