[XML-SIG] Updates to PyXML for Jython 2.2
jeremy.kloth at 4suite.org
Wed Aug 30 04:32:57 CEST 2006
On Tuesday 29 August 2006 8:12 pm, Charlie Groves wrote:
> I'm working on getting the xml module back into a working state in
> Jython for the 2.2 release. I've gotten to the point where all of the
> pieces that are distributed with CPython are working, so I'm starting
> to think about how to actually put the xml module into Jython's
> release system. How does CPython pull stuff from pyxml? Do they
> maintain a separate version or do they pull over the current version
> of pyxml when they're preparing for a release?
The stuff in CPython's xml package is a select set of components from the
PyXML whole. The PyXML maintainer would manually sync up the components for
each CPython release. Note, PyXML is currently in need of a maintainer,
Martin v. Loewis has stepped down from that role.
> I could just submit a patch to get my changes into pyxml proper and
> pull the version for Jython from cvs. Does that seem reasonable?
That seems fine, but you may want to consider only including the set of
components included in CPython to be in Jython (for consistency). Although I
am by no means versed in Jython packaging. Feel free to include whatever
parts you desire.
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