[XML-SIG] no 'writexml' when building a domTree from ext.Sax2

Alexandre CONRAD aconrad.tlv at magic.fr
Wed May 3 16:19:06 CEST 2006

> ET is a bit limited in the XPath department, though.  if you want reasonable
> speed and full XPath support (and a *lot* more), see http://codespeak.net/lxml/

Ok, I'll have a look at the documentation. I might stick up to this. 
This looks complete and they seem to work hard on keeping it pythonic.

If I understand well, to get the documentation of lxlm, I'll have to 
read the ET documentation as it seems to be the same API.

I've been googling discussions about ET and lxml and people seems to be 
pretty happy about it.

Thanks for you help.

Alexandre CONRAD - TLV
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