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XML attributes have wrong name


I have a class with a lot of 'setter' methods and a toXML() method
which creates a bunch of elements, attributes, and text nodes from those

The problem is all the attribute names get munged.

root = self.doc.createElement("Node")

turns into

<Node y="foo">

I'm using python RedHat 7.3/python 2.2.3.

--( Nate Gelbard, QA Engineer
--( Tripwire, Inc.

Jul 18 '05 #1
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