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Create XMLi 2.0 compliant invoices in Python

Project description

PyXMLi helps Python developers generate invoices in XMLi 2.0 (http://www.xmli.org), the open-source invoice format designed by Greendizer (http://greendizer.com).

Why another format?
Simply because none of the available formats was good enough for what its creators needed it for.

Design goals:
- Human-readable, Web-friendly format;
- Carry data structures, not business logic;
- Stand-alone, with every detail possible from creation to archiving;
- Privilege existing standards whenever possible.

Features:
PyXMLi comes with a great deal of features to make it really easier for Python developers to:

- Generate XMLi 2.0 invoices in their favorite language;
- Strongly validate pretty much every field locally before sending their invoices;
- Sign their invoices using the XMLDsig standard and a simple RSA key.

Requirements:
- Python 2.5+
- lxml 2.3+
- PyCrypto 2.6+

(Built-in setup will install all the dependencies automatically).

Compatibility:
PyXMLi is compatible with Google App Engine and their Python 2.7 runtime.

Edit app.yaml to add pyCrypto and lxml to the list of third-party modules you'd like to use.

libraries:
- name: pycrypto
version: 2.6

- name: lxml
version: 2.3

Setup:
Using pip:

sudo pip install --upgrade pyxmli

Using easy_install:

sudo easy_install --upgrade pyxmli

Using source code:

sudo python setup.py install

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