PyXML 0.8.4 for Windows and Python 2.5

Well after trying to install PyXML 0.8.4 on my work computer and having no success do to the fact I don’t have Visual Studio. I have built a Windows Install for all that wish to use PyXML with there Python 2.5 installation.

As many of you will find out the PyXML project is no longer being maintained by the development crew. So finding a binary distribution of PyXML for Python 2.5 is hard. So to help in the struggle I have built the binary distribution for all to download. Please keep in mind this is really the first time I have created a binary installation for Python. So if something doesn’t work I’m sorry. Please comment back to this post and I will see what I can do.

Download: PyXML 0.8.4 for Win32 and Python 2.5

Please enjoy and keep up the Python work.

Edit: Updated link to new download location. Sorry for those that this was broken on.

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16 Responses to PyXML 0.8.4 for Windows and Python 2.5

  1. chris says:

    Thanks very much for this; I'm amazed there isn't an 'official' binary for Python 2.5

  2. Chang says:

    Thanks

  3. Chang says:

    Has to use this with ZSI. Could not upgrade from 2.4 because of this. Now i can

  4. NerdyNick says:

    I’m glad to here that this is just what people where needing.

  5. GPS says:

    Thanks very much for your effort here.
    This issue almost stopped my Pythonesque project
    in its tracks….

  6. Jakub says:

    Thanks God I have found your webpage! Thanks for the Python25 version! Although the PyXML is not being supported many Py-xml tutorials still require "the old approach towards xml processing". Thanks again!

  7. NerdyNick says:

    That the same thing that happened to me to resort to needing to build this. Every easy tutorial I found out there required PyXML.

  8. Wound says:

    Another BIG THANK YOU for providing this installer. I have had a terrible time trying to do the compilation of ext libraries myself using mingw32 and VS2005, without luck. With your bit I finally can go on working with ZSI. Maybe one day you could explain, how you did it.

  9. Robert says:

    Thanks for this. Just what I needed for my work.

  10. Stu says:

    Cheers… hopefully the projects using this can change libraries… btw, what is it recommended that they use instead (something built into python I guess) ?

  11. Colin says:

    Thanks a lot!

  12. joe says:

    Thank you!! ;-)

  13. ryan says:

    Do you have the pyxml for python v 2.6?

  14. Andy says:

    Thanks! Good karma coming your way :)

  15. tikan says:

    Thank you very much :)

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