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What is an example of a fully finished python software product on github?
3 projects | /r/learnprogramming | 4 Jul 2022
Judging by your previous comments, you might get what you're looking for from xhtml2pdf. (Don't be put off by the 0.2.7 version number; xhtml2pdf has been in active development for over a decade and is a stable library.) It's generally used as a library in Python projects, but it does have a stand-alone command-line interface, and the library in general is thoroughly documented so you don't need to rely just on reading the code to figure out what's going on.
Create PDFs using Python and xhtml2pdf
2 projects | dev.to | 27 Sep 2020
Here, we will generate a PDF file using an HTML template. We have to keep in mind that xhtml2pdf supports until HTML4. So, first, we have to create an HTML file that will behave as a template for our PDF file.
Top python libraries/ frameworks that you suggest every one
15 projects | /r/Python | 28 Mar 2022
Nope, sorry, it's just an XML generator. The Python stdlib offers https://docs.python.org/3/library/xml.etree.elementtree.html and PyPI offers https://github.com/martinblech/xmltodict for parsing, and you could write CSV with csvwriter or pandas.
Like JQ, but for HTML
21 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 7 Sep 2021
xmlstarlet is really nothing like jq, as a language. But yes, I use it because it is the best commandline xml processor I'd found. That's the only similarity to jq.
Is this the yq? https://kislyuk.github.io/yq/ It does contain an 'xq', as a literal wrapper for jq, piping output into it after transcoding XML to JSON using xmltodict https://github.com/martinblech/xmltodict (which explodes xml into separate JSON data structures).
This is a bash one-liner! But TBF it really is a 'jq for xml'. I think it would be horrible for some things, but you could also do a lot of useful things painlessly.
What are some alternatives?
lxml - The lxml XML toolkit for Python
untangle - Converts XML to Python objects
bleach - Bleach is an allowed-list-based HTML sanitizing library that escapes or strips markup and attributes
html5lib - Standards-compliant library for parsing and serializing HTML documents and fragments in Python
MarkupSafe - Safely add untrusted strings to HTML/XML markup.
pyquery - A jquery-like library for python
xmldataset - xmldataset: xml parsing made easy 🗃️
selectolax - Python binding to Modest and Lexbor engines (fast HTML5 parser with CSS selectors).