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Révay Gergely 07-22-2008 01:36 PM

python-xml package changes in hardy

sorry to bother you but we got a little confused after upgrading our
computers to hardy. The thing is that we used the xml.xpath class from
the python-xml package which worked just fine under gutsy. But after the
upgrade we had to face that a few things had changed in the whole xml
handling part of python in the packages of hardy. We found out that the
python-xml package still has everything what we would need but since it
is going to be removed it installs itself outside the sys.path. So we
started to find a way which we could use instead of this. And there is
the python-4suite-xml package which seems to have the same functionality
but with an absolutely different structure so we would need to modify
our codes.
The question I would like to ask whether there is a 'official', defined
way to get rid of the python-xml package and use something else but
without modifying the source? Or is there any documentation about these
changes and the workaround?

Thanks for your help in advance.

Best regards,

Mr. Gergely Révay
QA Engineer

BalaBit IT Security
Bártfai St. 54.
H-1115 Budapest
Phone +36 1 371 0540
Fax +36 1 208 0875

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