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Parsing XML with Python using lxml.objectify

June 6, 2012 by Mike
A couple years ago I started a series of articles on XML parsing. I covered lxml's etree and Python's included minidom XML parsing library. For whatever reason I didn't notice lxml's objectify sub-package, but I saw it recently and decided I should check it out. To my mind, the objectify module seems to be even […]

Python: Parsing XML with lxml

November 20, 2010 by Mike
Last time, we looked at one of Python's built-in XML parsers. In this article, we will look at the fun third-party package, lxml from codespeak. It uses the ElementTree API, among other things. The lxml package has XPath and XSLT support, includes an API for SAX and a C-level API for compatibility with C/Pyrex modules. […]

Python: Parsing XML with minidom

November 12, 2010 by Mike
If you're a long time reader, you may remember that I started programming Python in 2006. Within a year or so, my employer decided to move away from Microsoft Exchange to the open source Zimbra client. Zimbra is an alright client, but it was missing a good way to alert the user to the fact […]
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