[XML-SIG] Changes in pyexpat.c
Wed, 27 Sep 2000 08:50:46 -0600
> > On Tue, Sep 26, 2000 at 11:04:54PM +0200, Martin v. Loewis wrote:
> > >I'm not sure. The wstring type has been removed from CVS a while ago=
> > >I don't know whether the package ever worked without any kind of
> > >Unicode support.
> > =
> > It did up to the final 0.5.x version. =
> That included the wstring type, didn't it? Would it support falling
> back to plain strings if not even the wstring type was available?
> > Then I tagged the tree with the label "v056", and began making
> > 2.0-specific changes such as removing the wstring type. (This was
> > mentioned in a posting of mine to the XML-SIG, and people generally
> > assented.)
> I certainly agree that was the right thing to do, especially as it led
> to the xml package in 2.0 as we now have it. I'm just trying to find
> out whether some kind of degraded service could be offered (*), along
> the lines of "it works as long as you don't care about encodings".
> > Therefore, the CVS tree won't work with 2.0, and frankly I see no
> =B0=B0=B0=B0 without?
> > need to make it work with 1.5.2.
> For reasons of marketing. People complain that the XML SIG does not
> produce anything useful. If they'd get a chance to install "the most
> recent" PyXML (which includes 4DOM) on top of 1.5.2, they might become
> happy customers, and could move to Python 2 at their own pace.
I don't understand. Are we encouraging them to install the latest PyXML?=
so, how can they move to Py 2.0 at their own pace if the most recent PyXM=
requires Py 2.0?
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