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Python base distribution come with a validating XML parser?

Hi,

Basic XML questions,

I have a .xml file I want to validate against a .xsd file...

Does the Python base distribution come with a validating XML parser?

I want to make sure the elements in my xml file vs. the elements
defined in my xsd are a match.

I could parse both XML and xsd elements to lists and compare the
lists, but I imagine the validation process can do this too...

Some of this is basic stuff - just a link to a site or doc is
sufficient.

Thanks.
Jul 25 '08 #1
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Hi,
>
Basic XML questions,

I have a .xml file I want to validate against a .xsd file...

Does the Python base distribution come with a validating XML parser?

I want to make sure the elements in my xml file vs. the elements
defined in my xsd are a match.

I could parse both XML and xsd elements to lists and compare the
lists, but I imagine the validation process can do this too...

Some of this is basic stuff - just a link to a site or doc is
sufficient.

Thanks.


I think you are looking for lxml http://codespeak.net/lxml/

Jul 25 '08 #2

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