Python and XML Processing
XML is the 'Extensible Markup Language', a data format for structured
document interchange. It seems to have considerable momentum behind
it, and will probably become very important over the next few years.
Python's power and ease of use combine to make it an excellent choice
for writing programs that process XML data. This Topic Guide links
to documentation and code for handling XML in Python, and also lists
some selected resources for learning about XML.
|General XML Resources|
||Books that are recommended for learning about XML.
|Python Software for XML|
||Tutorials and reference documention.|
||How to get the code|
||Other Python software for XML.
|Software from Fourthought
||Other software for XML, written by Fourthought, Inc.
|The Python/XML Special Interest Group|
||Information about the XML-SIG|
||How to join the mailing list
||Archives of past discussion
||XML-SIG participants have invented some specialized Document Type Declarations. Those DTDs have a permanent home here.
||The XML Bookmark Exchange Language grew out of an idea for a demonstration of using Python for XML processing. More information, including complete documentation on the DTD, is available.