[XML-SIG] Finding _xmlplus in Python 2.3a2

Christian Zagrodnick cz@gocept.com
Tue, 4 Mar 2003 15:48:45 +0100

On Tue, Mar 04, 2003 at 01:24:56PM +0100, "Martin v. L=C3=B6wis" wrote:
> >And if something goes wrong, the offending module will be in the trace=
> What is the offending module? The plugin, or the code using the plugin?
> >If something goes wrong with PyXML, _xmlplus will be in the traceback
> >and this is not very enlightening.=20
> I can't see the difference. If something goes wrong after replacing xml=
> with _xmlplus, both _xmlplus, and the offending code (usually its=20
> caller) will be in the traceback.

I actually wondered what this _xmlplus might be. This did not make any
sense to me. As xml was a core packate to me. As Martijn pointed out
earlier the common user is not aware of that magic replcement. Now I am
aware of it, but I'd still prefer a pyxml toplevel package.

Christian Zagrodnick

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