[fso-testing] python-xml missing?
Andreas "Cyberfrag" Fischer
cyberfrag at gmx.net
Sun May 3 15:56:57 CEST 2009
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I'm trying to develop a small Python application which needs to parse
XML-Files. Now, executing the app on my phone gives me:
> from xml.dom.ext.reader import Sax2
> ImportError: No module named ext.reader
So - apparently python-xml isn't installed. Funny, though, that "opkg
install python-xml" says:
> Package python-xml (2.6.1-ml0.1) installed in root is up to date.
I tried a "opkg -force-reinstall install python-xml", but to no avail:
> ERROR: Package python-xml (parent python-xml) is not available from
any configured src.
(I did "opkg update" before - obviously.)
Um... help? I tried to find the package online somewhere, but could only
find a version for Python 2.5 (and I don't think mixing versions here is
a good idea). Where can I get an up-to-date .ipk?
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