the use of more Python-based XML tools on O'Reilly.
"In a recent article I started mining the riches of the XML-SIG mailing list, prospecting for some of its choicest bits of code. I found a couple of nice bits from 1998 and 1999. This time I cover 2000 and 2001, an exciting period where preparations for Python 2.0 meant that XML tools were finally gaining some long-desired capabilities in the core language. As in the last article, where necessary, I have updated code to use current APIs, style, and conventions in order to make it more immediately useful to readers.
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