xml4h: XML for Humans in Python - Release 0.2.0


The latest release of xml4h, my Python XML processing library, is now available.

Version 0.2.0 adds an adapter for the (c)ElementTree library versions included with Python 2.7+, which means that fast XML processing and (very basic) XPath support is now readily available without the need to install the lxml library.

Although, if you need to do anything serious with XML in Python you really should still install lxml, believe me.

With this release I have shifted the project status from alpha to beta, since the library is being used successfully in some real-world code and I'm not planning to tweak the API too much more.

You can install xml4h from PyPI with pip, check out the code, and read the documentation.

Tags: Coding Python