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Setting Up SOAPpy for Python v2.5 on Windows?

Hi All,

What are the required version of the SOAPpy, PyXML, fpconst that are
needed to run under the Python 2.5 environment on Windows?

Locations for the downloads?

Thanks!

Steve

Mar 13 '07 #1
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Steve wrote:
What are the required version of the SOAPpy, PyXML, fpconst that are
needed to run under the Python 2.5 environment on Windows?
If you're not married to SOAPpy, you can use elementsoap which has just
a single download and works with ElementTree from the 2.5 stdlib:

http://effbot.org/downloads/#elementsoap
STeVe
Mar 13 '07 #2
On 13 Mar 2007 11:53:24 -0700, Steve <sr********@gmail.comwrote:
What are the required version of the SOAPpy, PyXML, fpconst that are
needed to run under the Python 2.5 environment on Windows?
SOAPpy doesn't install under Python 2.5 as-is. You'll need to add
source code encodings on all the source files in all the files before
setup.py will run. (See PEP 263.).

You can get fpconst 0.7.2 from the cheese shop, and PyXML from
Sourceforge. I believe the latest versions of these packages work
fine.

Do be aware, though, that SOAPpy is unmaintained, so you might want to
look at other SOAP handling packages like ZSI or elementsoap. Unless,
that is, you need functionality that only SOAPpy provides, in which
case you are stuck with it.

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Mar 14 '07 #3
All,

Thanks for the suggestions!

I think that I will move forward with elementsoap instead of soappy...

Steve

On Mar 13, 11:53 am, "Steve" <sreissc...@gmail.comwrote:
Hi All,

What are the required version of the SOAPpy, PyXML, fpconst that are
needed to run under the Python 2.5 environment on Windows?

Locations for the downloads?

Thanks!

Steve

Mar 14 '07 #4
On Mar 14, 10:22 am, "Steve" <sreissc...@gmail.comwrote:
All,

Thanks for the suggestions!

I think that I will move forward with elementsoap instead of soappy...
Maybe worth checking out the new kid on the block too:
http://trac.optio.webfactional.com/wiki
Mar 14 '07 #5

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