PyXML 0.6.3 available
14:40, 11 Jan 2001 UTC | Edd Dumbill

Martin von Loewis has announced version 0.6.3 of PyXML, a toolkit for Python comprising several XML parsers, a SAX interface, and DOM interfaces.

Changes over 0.6.2 include:

  • Documentation included in binary packages
  • Updated to use Expat 1.2

  • Support for the lexical-handler property in the expat SAX driver
  • Restructured DOM interfaces to better accomodate multiple DOM implementations
  • Improvements to Paul Prescod's minidom: validate arguments and raise DOM exceptions, correct NameNodeMap operations, offer cloneNode, splitText, DocumentType, DOMImplementation
  • Restore xml.unicode for compatibility with PyXML 0.5. This is a pure-Python implementation of the iso8859 module, which can only convert between ISO-8859-x and UTF-8. Python 2 users should use the Unicode type instead of this service.

PyXML is an open source project being developed by the members of the Python XML Special Interest Group.

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