[XML-SIG] understanding the sources. wher to start?
Thu, 13 Jun 2002 10:06:29 +0200 (CEST)
> As a sidenote, I'm currently working on a Python+XML tutorial for
> the Europython conference. I'll be happy to contribute the slides
> to a documentation.
Great! If you still accept some feed-in: I'm especially in-
terested in the following packages (like everybody else,
- standard Python XML
evaluated using the following criteria:
- versioning issues
- future unification
I would also like to add versioning issues for Python (and,
less so, Jython) itself, but I fear I'd look like trying to
be really mean. I can reassure you, I'm not, I'm just a bit
confused... BTW, Jython 2.1 contains *some* of PyXML, Finn
Bock said recently on the Jython-Users list.
Y'day I've looked-up this SIG's mission statement, in which
one key phrase says:
"While Python includes basic XML processing capabilities,
the goal of this SIG is to make Python become the premier
language for XML processing."
I clearly see this potential, but I dare having some doubts
about the "multi-layered support approach" as I'd probably
coin it, if I was working in a marketing department.
I'm looking forward to meeting some of you at EPC 2002!