Adding new packages: python-elementtree, python-kid, repoview

seth vidal skvidal at
Tue Mar 29 15:29:37 UTC 2005

On Tue, 2005-03-29 at 10:22 -0500, Konstantin Ryabitsev wrote:
> Hello, everyone:
> I just got my cvs access yesterday, so I'm ready to jump in with the
> rest of the crowd. :) I thought I'd start off with the following
> simple packages:
> python-elementtree-1.2.6:
> ---------------------------------
> The Element type is a simple but flexible container object, designed
> to store hierarchical data structures, such as simplified XML
> infosets, in memory. The element type can be described as a cross
> between a Python list and a Python dictionary.
> This package also includes the C implementation, cElementTree-1.0.2.
> (I've asked the author, he doesn't object against uniting the
> pure-python and C implementations in one package).
> python-kid-0.6.3:
> ----------------------
> Kid is a simple Python based template language for generating and
> transforming XML vocabularies. Kid was spawned as a result of a kinky love
> triangle between XSLT, TAL, and PHP. We believe many of the best features
> of these languages live on in Kid with much of the limitations and
> complexity stamped out (well, eventually :).
> Templates are compiled to native Python byte-code and may be imported and
> used like normal Python modules.
> repoview-0.3:
> ------------------
> RepoView creates a set of static HTML pages in a yum repository for easy
> browsing. It's currently already used by Fedora Extras.
> All packages are available here:
> I'll import them into the devel CVS unless there are objections.

None from me, Heck, I think python-elementtree will head into core as
soon as yum 2.3.2 is released.


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