[ANN] pyxser-1.5.2r --- Python Object to XML serializer/deserializer

Discussion in 'Python' started by Daniel Molina Wegener, Jan 8, 2011.

  1. Hello Python Community.

    I'm pleased to announce pyxser-1.5.2r, a python extension which
    contains functions to serialize and deserialize Python Objects
    into XML. This is a model based serializer. This release is
    supports Python 2.4 to Python 2.5.

    What can do this serializer?

    * Serialization of cross references.
    * Serialization of circular references.
    * Preserves object references on deserialization.
    * Custom serializations.
    * Custom deserializations.
    * Object attribute selection call-back.
    * Serialization depth limit.
    * Standards based serialization.
    * Standards based XML validation using pyxser XML Schema.
    * C14N based serialization, as optional kind of output.
    * Model based XML serialization, represented on XML Schema
    and XML DTD.

    The ChangeLog for this release is as follows:
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    1.5.2r (2011.01.08):

    Daniel Molina Wegener <>

    * Added support for Python 2.4
    * Replaced the use of the commands package by the
    subprocess package on the setup script.
    * On the next release will be added support
    for Python 3.X ;)

    Thanks to pyxser users for their feedback.
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    The project is hosted at:
    http://sourceforge.net/projects/pyxser/

    Where you can report bugs and have other options, like forums
    mailing lists and access to the repository if you want to
    contribute.

    The web page for the project is located at:
    http://coder.cl/products/pyxser/

    PyPi entry is:
    http://pypi.python.org/pypi/pyxser/1.5.2r

    Best regards,
    --
    Daniel Molina Wegener <dmw [at] coder [dot] cl>
    System Programmer & Web Developer
    Phone: +56 (2) 979-0277 | Blog: http://coder.cl/
     
    Daniel Molina Wegener, Jan 8, 2011
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