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Python XML Serialization

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pyxser stands for python xml serialization and is a python object to XML serializer that validates every XML deserialization against the pyxser 1.0 XML Schema. pyxser is written entirely in C as a python extension.

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Features

  • Entirely C written Python Extension
  • XML Serialization
  • Model Based serialization
  • Serialized Object Validation (using pyxser XML Schema 1.0)
  • Allows cross references and circular references in objects
  • Supports C14N serialization
  • Supports Standard XML serialization
  • Supports cross referenced object serialization
  • Supports circular references in objects
  • Preserves object references

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    It's a great project... xD

    Posted 12/01/2009
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Additional Project Details

Languages

English

Intended Audience

Advanced End Users, Developers, Engineering, Information Technology, Science/Research, System Administrators

User Interface

Plugins, Web-based

Programming Language

C, Python

Registered

2009-03-14

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