Python XML Schema Bindings
PyXB is a pure Python package that generates Python code for classes that correspond to data structures defined by XMLSchema. In concept it is similar to JAXB for Java and CodeSynthesis XSD for C++.
The major goals of PyXB are:
Provide a generated Python interface that is “Pythonic”, meaning similar to one that would have been hand-written:
Attributes and elements are Python properties, with name conflicts resolved in favor of elements
Elements with maxOccurs larger than 1 are stored as Python lists
Bindings for type extensions inherit from the binding for the base type
Enumeration constraints are exposed as class (constant) variables
Support bi-directional conversion (document to Python and back)
Allow easy customization of the generated bindings to provide functionality along with content
Support all XMLSchema features that are in common use, including:
complex content models (nested all/choice/sequence)
include and import directives
constraints on simple types
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