[XML-SIG] Re: How to proceed
Tue, 24 Oct 2000 08:55:21 -0600
> | The only thing I'd like to see changed in that regard is that
> | development may be better off within PyXML rather than using
> | separate CVS repositories for components (xmlproc, 4DOM, etc.), so
> | that changes get broader testing a little earlier.
> I agree. My plan for the future is to maintain xmlproc, javadom and
> saxtools in the PyXML CVS tree.
> However, this still leave the question of the two XML applications
> open. Do rsskit and dtddoc belong in the XML-SIG package? I don't
> think they do, but there have been requests to me from people who
> would like to see them there.
> So I have to decide between using the PyXML package, separate SF
> projects or hosting development myself.
I don't know enough about rsskit and dtddoc to specifically conclude where you
should host them, but if there is general interest in the packages, I'd say
"put them in PyXML. Anything from Lars is sure to be of high enough quality
to avoid any question of shovelling poor code into the package.
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