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A basic internal XML-generating DSL in Python 3.

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PyMarkup

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An internal DSL for generating XML-like markup in Python 3.7

Installation

Installation is as simple as pip install pymarkup. To develop, download the source, and run pip install -e .[dev]

Usage

A basic example:

from pymarkup import MarkupBuilder

t = MarkupBuilder()

with t:  # <html> tag
    with t.h1(id='HelloWorld'):  # Attribute access creates new element, and call adds attributes to tag
        t + 'Hello World!'  # Add child text to tag

    with t.a(href="github.com"):
        t + t.img(src="i_am_an_image.png")  # Self-closing tags are added with +
    with t.ul:
        for x in range(2):
            with t.li:
                t + x

repr(t) gives:

<html>
<h1 id="HelloWorld">
Hello World!
</h1>
<a href="github.com"><img src="i_am_an_image.png"/>
</a>
<ul>
<li>
0
</li>
<li>
1
</li>
</html>

For more information, see the docs

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