Hi everyone,
I will like to help with PyXML in Jython.
However, can someone please point me to a quickstart reg. contributing to Jython development. I tried to access the Wiki on jython.org but it seems to be down. Just wanted to know how to download the latest development source code, what is the general design/structure of the code base etc.
Thanks in advance!
On 10/17/05, Anand Chitipothu <strandpyper@gmail.com > wrote:
hi frank,

i said previously that i will work on PyXML. But i am sorry to say
that i couldnt spend any time on PyXML, as  i am very busy with my
own work.
I have looked at the code but thought it is not as easy as i thought.
Can anybody else take care of PyXML? i am willing to help if somebody
else can takeover that.


On Oct 5, 2005, at 7:24 PM, Frank Wierzbicki wrote:

> I can try #2.
> Thats great!
> Can you give me some brief idea about the task.
> Briefly, Jython 2.1 shipped with PyXML, so we need to bundle it
> into 2.2 for backwards compatibility.
> I looked at the PyXML package, what i can figure out is there is
> some c code in extensions, which i guess needs to be converted to
> java. is there anything else that is required?
> I think that is it... Though hopefully there are pure python
> versions of the c extensions that we can use instead.  I don't know
> if this is the case, but I hope so.
> how long can i take to finish this task??
> I'm really hoping to get at least these issues worked out in the
> next (say) 4-6 weeks, so that would be a good target to shoot for.
> Let us know what you find out as you are looking into it.
> -Frank

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