Yes, that's a great idea. You're welcome to commit this?

2008/9/27 Wichert Akkerman <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> Malthe Borch wrote:
>
> 2008/9/27 Wichert Akkerman <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
>
>
> I'm not sure if this is a known problem, but if you do not have lxml
> installed chameleon.core breaks badly in several ways at the moment: a
> missing dependency on PDIS_XPath, missing TAL namespaces which is used
> for comments, and use of an unsupported XPath axis in pdis.xpath.
>
>
> This is known by me, but it's not well documented; the story is that I
> was quite surprised when I integrated PDIS.XPath and learned that it
> did not support even very simple XPath-expressions.
>
> I've contacted the authors, but they unfortunately do not have the
> time to maintain it.
>
> For the moment, the next-best solution would be to rip out the
> XPath-usage inside the compiler (rewrite it to custom tree walking
> logic).
>
> Of course, for Genshi, where template designers will want to use
> custom XPath expressions, we will need a library that does this.
>
> It seems ElementTree 1.3 will have better XPath support. Last I
> checked it was unreleased.
>
>
> How about making lxml a requirement in the meantime?
>
> Wichert.
>
> --
> Wichert Akkerman <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>   It is simple to make things.
> http://www.wiggy.net/                  It is hard to make things simple.
>
> >
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