2008/8/23 Tzafrir Cohen wrote:
>> > This will break when you try to use other tools to process your XML
>> > data.
> Kindly answer to what I actually wrote.
> He wrote his own "XML parser" in xml.sh. The XML config you generate in
> your python script might work with it. Or not. Likewise for any other
> XML library and generator out there.
The config.xml was not generated in my python script It was attached
to the email as the output of xml.sh. 
I not not wish to sound rude. How ever it can sometime be difficult by
email to get the tone right and still be specific. With those caveats
I did try to answer what you wrote. Specifically that "This will break
when you try to use other tools to process your XML data." The example
generated config.xml produced by xml.sh worked with the first xml tool
I tested it against.
Runnign another test - using xmlstarlet:-
bms at tina:~/debian-live$ xmlstarlet val config.xml
config.xml - valid
bms at tina:~/debian-live$
> Maybe using XML is a good idea. But this implementation fails to address
> a number of substantial issues I have raised.
With the above caveats in mind I am not sure which issues are outstanding.