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ANN: 4DOM 0.10.0

From: <uche.ogbuji@fourthought.com>
Date: Wed, 24 May 2000 22:45:45 -0600
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To: www-dom@w3.org
Fourthought, Inc. (http://Fourthought.com) announces the release of

                             4DOM 0.10.0
                      -----------------------
                An XML/HTML Python library using the
                  Document Object Model interface

4DOM is a Python library for XML and HTML processing and manipulation
using the W3C's Document Object Model for interface.  4DOM implements
DOM Core level 2, HTML level 2 and Level 2 Document Traversal.

4DOM should work on all platforms supported by Python.  If you have
any problems with a particular platform, please e-mail the authors.

4DOM is designed to allow developers rapidly design applications
that read, write or manipulate HTML and XML.

News
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 - Moved all static variables to class variables
 - Fixed printing to work with empty elements
 - Removed all tabs from files
 - Change package to xml.dom
 - major change to the internals to use Node as a Python attribute manager
   this improves efficiency: cutting down on __g/setattrs__ and simplifies
   some things

More info and Obtaining 4DOM
----------------------------

Please see

	http://Fourthought.com/4Suite/4DOM

Or you can download 4DOM from

	ftp://Fourthought.com/pub/4Suite

There are Linux RPMs available at

	ftp://Fourthought.com/pub/mirrors/python4linux/redhat/

4DOM is distributed under a license similar to that of Python.


-- 
Uche Ogbuji                               Principal Consultant
uche.ogbuji@fourthought.com               +01 303 583 9900 x 101
Fourthought, Inc.                         http://Fourthought.com 
4735 East Walnut St, Ste. C, Boulder, CO 80301-2537, USA
Software-engineering, knowledge-management, XML, CORBA, Linux, Python
Received on Thursday, 25 May 2000 00:46:05 GMT

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