Posts Tagged ‘xpath’

news from the SVN

3 October 2008 Leave a comment

this week’s edition of “news from the SVN” follows:

– XMLFinder: a graphical xpath evaluator (PyGTK)
– XMLFindTool and XMLTreeView: two classes which implement the Gino and XMLFinder cores; XMLFinder uses both the classes
– something doesn’t work in the CompressedFile class; under investigation

no binary distributions of these tools are provided, for now

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use an xml file as a python dictionary

23 May 2008 Leave a comment

well, I wanted something like this, to manage a configuration file.

I have done this today, in python. It seems to work with ElementTree and lxml.

It’s available on the assembla SVN, I’ll probably search a way to publish it elsewhere on the net, too.

I don’t think it’s complete, but it’s a beginning. It’s also full of things to fix, handle in a better way, and so on.