[Announce] Gnosis Utils 1.1.1

Discussion in 'Python' started by David Mertz, Ph.D., Feb 19, 2004.

  1. This release adds gnosis.xml.relax to the package.

    Miscellaneous speedups and bugfixes to gnosis.xml.objectify.

    - addChild() convenience function

    Improvements to floating point handling in gnosis.xml.pickle.

    - minor improvements to tests

    Little used gnosis.trigramlib updated per needs of my personal
    spam filter.

    Minor fixes in gnosis.util.introspect.

    It may be obtained at:
    http://gnosis.cx/download/Gnosis_Utils-1.1.1.tar.gz

    The current release is always available as:
    http://gnosis.cx/download/Gnosis_Utils-current.tar.gz

    You may browse a snapshot at:
    http://gnosis.cx/download/gnosis/

    Try it out, have fun, send feedback!

    David Mertz ()
    Frank McIngvale ()

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    BACKGROUND: Gnosis Utilities contains a number of Python libraries, most
    (but not all) related to working with XML. These include:

    gnosis.indexer (Full-text indexing/searching)
    gnosis.xml.pickle (XML pickling of Python objects)
    gnosis.xml.objectify (Any XML to "native" Python objects)
    gnosis.xml.validity (Enforce validity constraints)
    gnosis.xml.relax (Tools for working with RelaxNG)
    gnosis.xml.indexer (XPATH indexing of XML documents)
    [...].convert.txt2html (Convert ASCII source files to HTML)
    gnosis.util.dtd2sql (DTD -> SQL 'CREATE TABLE' statements)
    gnosis.util.sql2dtd (SQL query -> DTD for query results)
    gnosis.util.xml2sql (XML -> SQL 'INSERT INTO' statements)
    gnosis.util.combinators (Combinatorial higher-order functions)
    gnosis.util.introspect (Introspect Python objects)
    gnosis.magic (Multimethods, metaclasses, etc)

    ....and so much more! :)
     
    David Mertz, Ph.D., Feb 19, 2004
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