[XML-SIG] Build a dinamic GUI from a DTD file

Fredrik Lundh fredrik at pythonware.com
Thu Dec 1 11:42:06 CET 2005

Marco Meoni wrote:

> No ideas or examples for managing dtd & xml in python?

sure, but the scope of your original post was probably too large for anyone
to deal with...

anyway, if you want an XML parser that gives you full access to the DTD,
this might be your best choice:


if you meant plain XML and not DTD (I'm not sure how the DTD can contain
command descriptions...), there are dozens of alternatives.  you can find links
to most of them in this article:

    (also see the comment section)


2005/11/29, Marco Meoni <meonimarco at gmail.com>:
> Hi, i'm new in python programming and i'm new in this mailing list.
> I have a problem in buildin a GUI with wxpython. My application have to
> start by GUI. This GUI have to be dinamic. The commands that the GUI have to
> show are described in a DTD. The GUI must read the DTD file and show the
> command that is in DTD file (in every start of the program).
> How can I do this?
> Is there any simple py files that you can send me for examples in managing
> DTD or XML with Python?
> Sorry for my bad english but i'm an italian boy...
> Thanks to all!
> Marco.
> --
>  mail address: meonimarco at gmail.com web site:  www.marcomeoni.net

Mail address: meonimarco at gmail.com
Web site: www.marcomeoni.net


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