[XML-SIG] Cocoon-like, XML-Python-based web server?
Tue, 19 Feb 2002 21:15:29 -0700
> I'm sure that all of you know "Cocoon", the very nice XML-Java-based web
> server created by the Apache group (http://xml.apache.org/cocoon).
> Given that the Python community explicitly proposes Python as "the premier
> language for XML processing" (see: http://www.python.org/sigs/xml-sig/ ), I
> would expect to see an XML-based web server, like Cocoon, amongst the
> Hence, I wonder if any Python programmer has ever evaluated the possibility
> to create an XML-based, dynamic, web server using Python and the 4Suite
> software (http://4suite.org). If so, could anybody give me instructions for
> finding that software and/or the related documentation?
Actually, 4Suite includes all this: a Web server (plus FTP server) that
provides XML, XSLT, XPath, RDF, Xlink, XPointer, XUpdate, etc. processing
built-in, all available from an XSLT or Python API.
Start with 4Suite 0.12.0a1
Or if you don't mind working the bleeding edge (for a lot of advantages), grab
the latest CVS.
At any rate, see
depending on platform, then on to
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