Re: [xml-bindings]Naespaces of attributes in python API

On Wed, Jun 19, 2002 at 01:26:16PM -0400, Daniel Veillard wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 19, 2002 at 07:23:01PM +0200, rm fabula de wrote:
> > Just a quick question:
> > 
> >  how can i specify the naespace of an attribute that i want
> >  to add to an existing node with node.setProp('x', 'y') ?
>   Find the namespace node profinding the declaration for that namespace
>     def searchNsByHref(self, doc, href):
>         """Search a Ns aliasing a given URI. Recurse on the parents
>            until it finds the defined namespace or return None
>            otherwise."""
> and then use it to make a namespaced attribute
>     def setNsProp(self, ns, name, value):
>         """Set (or reset) an attribute carried by a node. The ns
>            structure must be in scope, this is not checked."""

Ah, ok. So, if i insert attributes with a naespace that probably doesn't
exist in the document in need to add a namespace node to the document


(whose 'm' key just seems to die :-(
> Daniel
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