[Sylvain Hellegouarch:Amplee] Amplee v.0.3.0, A Python-based/IronPython-compatible Atom Publishing Protocol Implementation Now Available!

by M. David Peterson

In follow-up to yesterdays "bridge" announcement, Sylvain Hellegouarch has both updated and released the next version of Amplee, an Atom Publishing Protcol implementation, using bridge to enable compatibility with a variety of XML document types, including System.Xml-based document types. From the announcement posted to his blog earlier today,


I am pleased to say that amplee, my Atom Publishing Protocol implementation for Python is now released in version 0.3.0 and uses now bridge fo its internal XML parsing so that you can easily use amplee with Amara, lxml, xml.dom or even System.Xml on IronPython.

Amplee allows you to easily setup an APP store and serve it via CherryPy 3 or any other WSGI server such as wsgiref.

Please read the brief documentation to get a better idea of what amplee can do for you and I hope you'll enjoy it.


Sylvain and I are working together today to finish out the next batch of applications to be released as part of the nuXle.us project virtualized XML messaging appliance. Below is the list of both current applications available in the most recent release of the project (still a developer only release, though things are coming together quite nicely) as well as the additional applications we are working at integrating and testing to make available once everything has been tested and verified to work as expected.

Will update with a new post once this has taken place.

The mentioned application list follows below,


Sylvain Hellegouarch
2006-11-05 09:18:53
And my friends wonder what I do with my life... :p
M. David Peterson
2006-11-05 09:22:51

If it helps any, I don't wonder at all -- I know for a *FACT* what you do with your life ;) :D

Sylvain Hellegouarch
2006-11-05 09:24:17
I know indeed... but go figure why. I can't seem to explain to my mum what all this means :D

Mind you wants the first copy of the CherryPy book.

Sylvain Hellegouarch
2006-11-05 09:24:43
"Mind you wants the first copy of the CherryPy book."

Should read:

"Mind you my mum wants the first copy of the CherryPy book."

Sylvain Hellegouarch
2006-11-05 09:28:25
Oh I agree mate. She'd kill me... or worse she'd suppress my Internet access (well if I were still living with my parents).
M. David Peterson
2006-11-05 09:34:13

Not that I need to tell you this, but for sake of your health, I would make sure that she *most definitely* gets that first copy! ;) :D

Update: Not sure why the system time difference -- I'm guessing that one of the servers in the O'Reilly server farm is off by a few minutes?

Either way, Sylvains comment from above is actually in response to this comment.