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  • The documentation is incomprehensible, I just want to know how to access a member when it has a namespace. I've been trying to figure this out for several hours. AttributeError: 'CTD_ANON_5' object has no attribute 'EntityNames' There doesn't seem to be any documentation of the objects and their methods, and how to use them. The examples use trivial XML without namespaces. The code generator generates syntax errors when used with this XML schema: uk-gaap-ae-2009-06-21.xsd import _uk-gcd as _ImportedBinding__uk_gcd All in all, absolutely fucking awful. One of the most user-hostile libraries I've attempted to use in a long time.

  • Thanks for Pyxb, it's the best!

    1 user found this review helpful.
  • Thanks for great project! Simply the best.Good,good,good.+1

  • very good project, thanks!Good,good,good.+1

  • very good project, thanks!Good,good,good.+1

  • very good project, thanks!Good,good,good.+1

    1 user found this review helpful.
  • very good project, thanks!

  • very good project, thanks!

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  • works perfectly.

  • Great tool the only one that can validate our complex imports in the schema Also greate support

  • Very useful project!

  • great out of the box XSD to Class generater,

  • Simple API, extensible generated classes, enough (particularly for me) xsd support. Hopefully, python3 will be supported in the nearest future.

  • XML-schema is a large and difficult standard with a huge number of extensions points. As a consequence, complete and error free support is very hard to achieve and "pyxb" is not yet there. However, the developer reacts extremely fast to problem reports and feature requests. For me, it has been a pleasure to base my SAML2 support on "pyxb".

  • Pros: Very tidy Python implementation of Java's JAXB. We have a Java JAXB code base and a Python PyXB code base which interoperate flawlessly on XML documents. Cons: Python 3.x support would be nice (PyXB is the only library holding us back from a 3.x migration); often the error messages aren't as obvious as JAXB, meaning finding problems can be a bit tougher to debug at times. All around, highly recommended library.

  • Pros: handles a lot of XSD features. Really strong for parsing XML documents. Developer was very responsive and helpful. Cons: needs some polish for constructing instances in Python, and generation-validation errors don't include any details.