Yet Another Query Language - Python 2.x
At the beginning of millennium the growing trend towards data formats standardization and application integrability made XML extremely popular. XML became lingua franca of the data. Applications tended to process lots of XML files ranging from small config files to very large datasets. As these data often had a complex structure with many levels of nestedness it is quickly became obvious that there is a need for specially crafted domain specific languages to query these data sets. This is how XPath and later XQL were born.
This package contains the Python 2.x module.
Debian: Thomas Goirand <email@example.com>
13 October 2014
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