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 * PullDom - the xml.dom.pulldom package
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 * [http://www.ikaaro.org/itools/ itools.xml] - itools provides XML processing support in a fashion similar to that of PullDom
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 * [http://codespeak.net/lxml/ lxml] - a "Pythonic" binding for the libxml2 and libxslt libraries  * [http://codespeak.net/lxml/ lxml] - a "Pythonic" binding for the libxml2 and libxslt libraries that comes with all sorts of powerful XML tools, all integrated into an easy-to-use API
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 * [http://codespeak.net/lxml lxml] has excellent support for XSLT that is based on libxslt
 * Some tools linked from the [http://www.w3.org/XML/Query/#implementations XQuery homepage] provide Python bindings for their XSLT2 and XPath2 implementations
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Python and XML

A variety of XML processing solutions are available for Python. This page attempts, at the very least, to list the most actively developed or most easily available.

Parsers

In the standard library:

  • ElementTree - the xml.etree package (new in Python 2.5)

  • MiniDom - the xml.dom.minidom package

  • PullDom - the xml.dom.pulldom package

  • ["Sax"] - the xml.sax package

Available separately:

XSLT

XML-based Communications

Web Services

Books and Articles

  • XmlBooks

  • ["Tutorials on XML processing with Python"]

SIG

Editorial Notes

The above lists should be arranged in ascending alphabetical order - please respect this when adding new entries. When specifying release dates please use the format YYYY-MM-DD.

PythonXml (last edited 2012-01-11 01:11:25 by c-66-41-60-82)

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