[XML-SIG] XML support in Python 1.6

Dieter Maurer dieter@handshake.de
Thu, 1 Jun 2000 23:55:13 +0200 (CEST)

Fred L. Drake, Jr. writes:
 >   We also need to decide what sort of API we want to publicize as part
 > of the standard library -- SAX or SAX2?  Given the delay for Python
 > 1.6, it probably makes sense to include a saxlib module that
 > implements SAX2.  Lars, does this still make sense to you?
I am for SAX2.

 >   We also need to determine how Unicode should be supported; should
 > the parser always produce Unicode strings, or UTF-8, and provide a
 > wrapper that converts everything?
I prefer UTF-8.

 >   Any other issues?  Comments?  Should we just drop Python 1.6 and
 > concentrate on Python 3000?  :)
I do not think so.