C ElementTree

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C ElementTree

http://effbot.org/zone/celementtree.htm
an add-on to the standard ElementTree package.

  • " cElementTree is included with Python 2.5 and later, as xml.etree.cElementTree. "

The cElementTree module is a C implementation of the ElementTree API, optimized for fast parsing and low memory use. On typical documents, cElementTree is 15-20 times faster than the Python version of ElementTree, and uses 2-5 times less memory. On modern hardware, that means that documents in the 50-100 megabyte range can be manipulated in memory, and that documents in the 0-1 megabyte range load in zero time (0.0 seconds). This allows you to drastically simplify many kinds of XML applications.


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Download version 1.0.5 (beta)
released on 16 December 2005

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Fredrik Lundh Maintainer


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