[XML-SIG] DevDay results
Fri, 28 Jan 2000 22:59:45 +0100
Recently, "Andrew M. Kuchling" <firstname.lastname@example.org> said:
> * PyExpat's interface will be changed to be SAX-like, and we'll
> lobby Guido to add PyExpat to 1.6, along with Expat itself. It
> will be renamed, preferably to something with SAX in the name.
> (expat_sax? pysax? pyxml? whatever...) It'll be updated to
> support all the features in current versions of Expat; Jim
> Fulton has an updated version of PyExpat inside Zope that will
> probably be used.
A suggestion to whoever is going to implement this: if we're going to
include a private version of expat it's probably a good idea to change
all the C global symbols. Expat is pretty popular, and I've been
bitten a few times by global symbol name clashes where Python used one
version of a library and a package used (or embedded in an application
in which Python was also embedded) had incorporated a different version.
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