Article on updates to gnosis.xml.objectify

Discussion in 'Python' started by David Mertz, Ph.D., Dec 4, 2004.

  1. Python/XML users might be interested in:

    http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/xml/library/x-matters39.html

    Title:
    Get the most out of gnosis.xml.objectify

    Subtitle:
    Use utility functions for enhanced object behavior

    Abstract:
    The XML binding gnosis.xml.objectify was designed, in many ways, more
    as a toolkit than as a final tool. But this leaves some (potential)
    users confused about how to specialize it for some common tasks. In
    this article, David shows readers how very thin wrappers can customize
    gnosis.xml.objectify to perform actions such as: Provide XPath access
    to child objects; automatically reserialize objects to XML; modify the
    syntax of access to nodes. Some of these techniques involve rather
    trivial specialization of provided parent classes. Others involve
    small utility functions.
     
    David Mertz, Ph.D., Dec 4, 2004
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