Naive XML Bindings for python


  • Generate data models from XML Schema 1.0 and 1.1 definitions.

  • Supports qualified/unqualified elements and attributes

  • Supports enumerations and inner classes

  • Flattening strategies to keep the code as simple as possible.

  • Preserve embedded documentation and references

  • Pluggable code writer that supports different formats

  • Output: Python Data Classes

    • PEP8 naming conventions and code output

    • Full support for type hints even with forward references

    • XML Parser & Serializer based on lxml

    • JSON Parser & Serializer

  • Output: PlantUML class diagram

Check the documentation test suites or our W3C XML Schema 1.1 test runner and the samples repo for more ✨✨✨

Changelog: 20.4.2

  • Added support for abstract xsi:types in XmlParser.

  • Added cache for event names in XmlParser.

  • Added sanitization for generated module names.

  • Fixed not flattening abstract extension.

  • Fixed extension name conflicts between simple and complex types.

  • Fixed possible memory leak in CodeWriter.

  • Fixed looping variables twice to find next node in XmlParser.

  • Fixed CodeWriter adding unnecessary new lines.

Why naive?

The W3C XML Schema offers so much flexibility and abstraction layers and grammatical rules to support practically any xml document definition.

Integration teams and clients don’t care about any of that, take out abstraction and flexibility and you are left with lean named data structures with typed attributes and a namespace for humans to read!