[XML-SIG] Where is the xml.dom.ext package in current python distributions?
Paul R Brenner
pbrenne1 at nd.edu
Fri Jan 12 22:54:35 CET 2007
Thanks for the reply Dieter. Working with heterogenous distributed systems
proves to me time and again that there are more software/hardware variations
than I could imagine. The machines without xml.dom.ext are machines one which I
can compute (Condor) but have only local temporary storage so I'll need to find
a way to pass the module along with my distributed job.
Quoting Dieter Maurer <dieter at handshake.de>:
> Paul R Brenner wrote at 2007-1-11 09:17 -0500:
> >I have searched through pyxml.sourceforge.net (thats how I found this
> >listserve). I found many examples on using xml.dom.ext and the PrettyPrint
> >function. However my question follows Anastasios's comments. Where is
> >xml.dom.ext in the current Python distributions. Is PyXML not the default
> >package in the normal Python distribution now.
> The Python developpers are quite careful to keep the standard library
> small -- as larger software increase the maintenance burden.
> The Python runtime comes with some core XML support (sufficient to parse
> and process XML files). The xml-sig (XML Special Interest Group) has
> implemented additional XML processing packages: that is "PyXML".
> But, it never made it as a whole into the Python runtime library.
> And not "PyXML" is without maintainer....
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