Thu, 29 Jun 2000 15:24:45 -0700
[Sean McGrath, on Thu, 29 Jun 2000]
:: [Paul Prescod]
:: >Then in what sense are "pyx" and "pyxie" related? Are they just two
:: >independent things under a single banner?
:: They are tightly related but can be used independantly. (For
:: example, I recently was involved in getting Pyxie working with
:: Python 1.4 on an IBM mainframe using a Java based PYX generator!).
:: The common thread is the PYX notation. Pyxie is a library
:: that is based on manipulating the notation. XMLN and XMLV
:: are two standalone utilities for generating the
:: notation from well-formed and valid (respectively) XML
PYX appears to have some general appeal. In March, Shawn published
an article on Pyxie in xml.com and within a few days, readers had been
spurred to write PYX processors in Perl and Java.