Activity tagged “xml”
Not a joke.
“This directory contains the complete plays of Shakespeare marked up in XML.” WORLDS COLLIDE!
“eXtensible Public Relations Language.” Yikes.
“a python tool that figures out the differences between two similar XML files, in the same way the diff utility does” Seems a bit buggy, but might be useful
“RNV is an implementation of Relax NG Compact Syntax validator in ANSI C. The command-line utility uses Expat. It is distributed under BSD license.” Sweet!
“=importXML(“www.google.com”, “//a/@href”)” — wow.
Tools for dealing with XML from the command line. Works especially well as part of a pipeline — curl + xmlstarlet makes a wonderful REST web service consumer.
Required reading for working with namespaces and ElementTree. It's not hard, but there are a lot of details to get right.
“takes an ambiguous xml file and generates the ET code to generate that xml file”
Python code to convert RelaxNG Compact to the XML syntax.
Tim Bray (as he often does) sums up the whole JSON/XML thing perfectly.
Awesome. I know about 30 people who need to read this yesterday.
I can never find this when I want it.
“…like Google Maps for time-based information.” Holy crap this is cool.
GvR: “I don't want to use XML in my templates. I don't want to generate XML and I don't want to have to type XML to tell the template engine what to do. You keep telling me that I want XML, but that simpy isn't the case…”
Besides being *very* interesting, this is probably a great example of how to do annotated reference manuals.
A definitive(?) list of xml dialects — I've been looking for a list like this for a long, long time.