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PyXml and XPath implementation

Hi !

I'm looking for an XPath implementation (even partial) on PyXML.
I'm using libxml2 on Windows XP.
It works well but I have to port my application on RISCOS (OS on ARM
processor) where only PyXML is ported.

Jul 18 '05 #1
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Alain wrote:
Hi !

I'm looking for an XPath implementation (even partial) on PyXML.
I'm using libxml2 on Windows XP.
It works well but I have to port my application on RISCOS (OS on ARM
processor) where only PyXML is ported.

Maybe 4suite works for you? Google it, I don't have the url handy.


Diez B. Roggisch
Jul 18 '05 #2

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