[XML-SIG] unicode data
Sat, 04 Nov 2000 05:53:42 -0600
I have an wxPython application that stores configuration info and meta
data in xml. I hold this xml data in a dom for easy use. I pass a lot
of data to wxPython functions calls that require string types. Now all
those calls (a lot) raise a TypError.
How do I use a different driver? This is how I get my dom:
from xml.dom.ext.reader import Sax
doc = Sax.FromXml(s,ownerDocument)
"Martin v. Loewis" wrote:
> > Today I upgrade from python 1.5.2 to 2.0. Needless to say, I'm working
> > thought a few porting issues in my code. I noticed that after I create a
> > DOM, the string data (attributes, text nodes) are all Unicode instead of
> > strings. This is causing me a lot of problems, breaking function calls that
> > require strings. Is there a way to get a Dom with non Unicode strings?
> You'd need to use a driver that produces byte strings. I believe both
> sgmlop and xmlproc will do at the moment (at least until they are
> fixed to produce Unicode).
> Out of curiosity: What specific problems are you encountering?
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