On Wed, 15 Nov 2000, James Bullard wrote:
> Hello, I am using Jpython for static Java and SQL generation from XML files.
> I have used the JDOM API from Python directly, but I definitely would like
> to see compliance with Python's standard XML library. Is anyone working on
> that? I would like to get involved with the Jython project - does anyone see
> compliance as valuable?
No, I don't know of anybody working on that.
Yes, compliance is good.
Has the xml-sig defined what to be compliant means?
Not meant to be rhetorical- it just seems They were
in a terrible rush to make 2.0. I really don't know the
answer, so nobody take that the wrong way :)
Note: there is a wealth of java xml tools
that have not left me wanting for CPython's import xml. The
advantage comes from when you switch between CPython and
Jython and want to use the same modules- I have not needed
that yet, but it always seems a noble goal and a situation
where one learns from the other.
It seems that a good plan would be to join the Jython lists,
and the xml-sig lists, then narrow down what a
'compliant' patch would involve. I'm sure jython and the
xml-sig could benefit.