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00001 """NS module -- XML Namespace constants

This module contains the definitions of namespaces (and sometimes other
URI's) used by a variety of XML standards.  Each class has a short
all-uppercase name, which should follow any (emerging) convention for
how that standard is commonly used.  For example, ds is almost always
used as the namespace prefixes for items in XML Signature, so DS is the
class name.   Attributes within that class, all uppercase, define symbolic
names (hopefully evocative) for "constants" used in that standard.

00013 class XMLNS:
    """XMLNS, Namespaces in XML

    XMLNS (14-Jan-1999) is a W3C Recommendation.  It is specified in
        BASE -- the basic namespace defined by the specification
        XML -- the namespace for XML 1.0
        HTML -- the namespace for HTML4.0

    BASE        = "http://www.w3.org/2000/xmlns/"
    XML         = "http://www.w3.org/XML/1998/namespace"
    HTML        = "http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-html40"

00028 class XLINK:
    """XLINK, XML Linking Language

    XLink (v1.0, 27-Jun-2001) is a W3C Recommendation.  It is
    specified in http://www.w3.org/TR/xlink/

    BASE        = "http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink"

00038 class SOAP:
    """SOAP, the Simple Object Access Protocol

    SOAP (v1.1, 8-May-2000) is a W3C note.  It is specified in
        ENV -- namespace for the SOAP envelope
        ENC -- namespace for the SOAP encoding in section 5
        ACTOR_NEXT -- the URI for the "next" actor
    (Note that no BASE is defined.)

    ENV         = "http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/"
    ENC         = "http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/encoding/"
    ACTOR_NEXT  = "http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/actor/next"

00054 class DSIG:
    """DSIG, XML-Signature Syntax and Processing

    DSIG (19-Apr-2001) is a W3C Candidate Recommendation.  It is specified
    in http://www.w3.org/TR/xmldsig-core/
        BASE -- the basic namespace defined by the specification
        DIGEST_SHA1 -- The SHA-1 digest method
        DIGEST_MD2 -- The MD2 digest method
        DIGEST_MD5 -- The MD5 digest method
        SIG_DSA_SHA1 -- The DSA/DHA-1 signature method
        SIG_RSA_SHA1 -- The RSA/DHA-1 signature method
        HMAC_SHA1 -- The SHA-1 HMAC method
        ENC_BASE64 -- The Base64 encoding method
        ENVELOPED -- an enveloped XML signature
        C14N  -- XML canonicalization
        C14N_COMM  -- XML canonicalization, retaining comments
        C14N_EXCL  -- XML exclusive canonicalization
        XPATH -- The identifier for an XPATH transform
        XSLT -- The identifier for an XSLT transform

    BASE        = "http://www.w3.org/2000/09/xmldsig#"
    DIGEST_SHA1 = BASE + "sha1"
    DIGEST_MD2  = BASE + "md2"
    DIGEST_MD5  = BASE + "md5"
    SIG_DSA_SHA1= BASE + "dsa-sha1"
    SIG_RSA_SHA1= BASE + "rsa-sha1"
    HMAC_SHA1   = BASE + "hmac-sha1"
    ENC_BASE64  = BASE + "base64"
    ENVELOPED   = BASE + "enveloped-signature"
    C14N        = "http://www.w3.org/TR/2000/CR-xml-c14n-20010315"
    C14N_COMM   = C14N + "#WithComments"
    C14N_EXCL   = "http://www.w3.org/2001/10/xml-exc-c14n#"
    XPATH       = "http://www.w3.org/TR/1999/REC-xpath-19991116"
    XSLT        = "http://www.w3.org/TR/1999/REC-xslt-19991116"

00091 class ENCRYPTION:
    """ENCRYPTION, XML-Encryption Syntax and Processing

    ENCRYPTION (26-Jun-2001) is a W3C Working Draft.  It is specified in
        BASE -- the basic namespace defined by the specification
        BLOCK_3DES -- The triple-DES symmetric encryption method
        BLOCK_AES128 -- The 128-bit AES symmetric encryption method
        BLOCK_AES256 -- The 256-bit AES symmetric encryption method
        BLOCK_AES192 -- The 192-bit AES symmetric encryption method
        STREAM_ARCFOUR -- The ARCFOUR symmetric encryption method
        KT_RSA_1_5 -- The RSA v1.5 key transport method
        KT_RSA_OAEP -- The RSA OAEP key transport method
        KA_DH -- The Diffie-Hellman key agreement method
        WRAP_3DES -- The triple-DES symmetric key wrap method
        WRAP_AES128 -- The 128-bit AES symmetric key wrap method
        WRAP_AES256 -- The 256-bit AES symmetric key wrap method
        WRAP_AES192 -- The 192-bit AES symmetric key wrap method
        DIGEST_SHA256 -- The SHA-256 digest method
        DIGEST_SHA512 -- The SHA-512 digest method
        DIGEST_RIPEMD160 -- The RIPEMD-160 digest method

    BASE             = "http://www.w3.org/2001/04/xmlenc#"
    BLOCK_3DES       = BASE + "des-cbc"
    BLOCK_AES128     = BASE + "aes128-cbc"
    BLOCK_AES256     = BASE + "aes256-cbc"
    BLOCK_AES192     = BASE + "aes192-cbc"
    STREAM_ARCFOUR   = BASE + "arcfour"
    KT_RSA_1_5       = BASE + "rsa-1_5"
    KT_RSA_OAEP      = BASE + "rsa-oaep-mgf1p"
    KA_DH            = BASE + "dh"
    WRAP_3DES        = BASE + "kw-3des"
    WRAP_AES128      = BASE + "kw-aes128"
    WRAP_AES256      = BASE + "kw-aes256"
    WRAP_AES192      = BASE + "kw-aes192"
    DIGEST_SHA256    = BASE + "sha256"
    DIGEST_SHA512    = BASE + "sha512"
    DIGEST_RIPEMD160 = BASE + "ripemd160"

00132 class SCHEMA:
    """SCHEMA, XML Schema

    XML Schema (30-Mar-2001) is a W3C candidate recommendation.  It is
    specified in http://www.w3.org/TR/xmlschema-1 (Structures) and
    http://www.w3.org/TR/xmlschema-2 (Datatypes). Schema has been under
    development for a comparitively long time, and other standards have
    at times used earlier drafts.  This class defines the most-used, and
    sets BASE to the latest.
        BASE -- the basic namespace (2001)
        XSD1, XSI1 -- schema and schema-instance for 1999
        XSD2, XSI2 -- schema and schema-instance for October 2000
        XSD3, XSI3 -- schema and schema-instance for 2001
        XSD_LIST -- a sequence of the XSDn values
        XSI_LIST -- a sequence of the XSIn values

    XSD1        = "http://www.w3.org/1999/XMLSchema"
    XSD2        = "http://www.w3.org/2000/10/XMLSchema"
    XSD3        = "http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema"
    XSD_LIST    = [ XSD1, XSD2, XSD3 ]
    XSI1        = "http://www.w3.org/1999/XMLSchema-instance"
    XSI2        = "http://www.w3.org/2000/10/XMLSchema-instance"
    XSI3        = "http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"
    XSI_LIST    = [ XSI1, XSI2, XSI3 ]
    BASE        = XSD3

00160 class XSLT:
    """XSLT, XSL Transformations

    XSLT (16-Nov-1999) is a W3C Recommendation.  It is specified in
        BASE -- the basic namespace defined by this specification

    BASE        = "http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Transform"

00171 class XPATH:
    """XPATH, XML Path Language

    XPATH (16-Nov-1999) is a W3C Recommendation.  It is specified in
    http://www.w3.org/TR/xpath.  This class is currently empty.


00181 class WSDL:
    """WSDL, Web Services Description Language

    WSDL (V1.1, 15-Mar-2001) is a W3C Note.  It is specified in
        BASE -- the basic namespace defined by this specification
        BIND_SOAP -- SOAP binding for WSDL
        BIND_HTTP -- HTTP GET and POST binding for WSDL
        BIND_MIME -- MIME binding for WSDL

    BASE        = "http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/wsdl/"
    BIND_SOAP   = BASE + "soap/"
    BIND_HTTP   = BASE + "http/"
    BIND_MIME   = BASE + "mime/"

00198 class RNG:
    """RELAX NG, schema language for XML

    RELAX NG (03-Dec-2001) is a simple schema languge for XML,
    published under the auspices of OASIS.  The specification, tutorial,
    and other information are available from http://www.relaxng.org.
    BASE = "http://relaxng.org/ns/structure/1.0"

00208 class DCMI:
    """Dublin Core Metadata Initiative

    The DCMI defines a commonly-used set of general metadata elements.
    There is a base set of elements, a variety of refinements of
    those, a set of value encodings, and a 'type vocabulary' used to
    describe what something described in metadata actually is (a text,
    a physical object, a collection, etc.).

    Documentation on the Dublin Core, including recommendations for
    encoding Dublin Core metadata in XML and HTML/XHTML can be found
    at http://dublincore.org/.
    # not used directly:
    BASE = "http://purl.org/dc/"

    # the core element set:
    DCMES_1_1 = BASE + "elements/1.1/"
    DCMES = DCMES_1_1

    # standardized additions and refinements:
    TERMS = BASE + "terms/"

    # type vocabulary:
    TYPE = BASE + "dcmitype/"

00235 class _Namespace:
    """Base class for Namespace classes.

    Namespace objects are a convenient way to 'spell' (uri, localName)
    pairs in application code.  A namespace object would be created to
    represent a namespace (URI), and attributes of the namespace
    object would represent the (uri, localName) pairs.

    For example, a namespace object would be created by providing the
    URI are any known local names for that namespace to the

        xbel = xml.ns.ClosedNamespace(
            ['xbel', 'title', 'info', 'metadata', 'folder', 'bookmark',
             'desc', 'separator', 'alias'])

    Specific (uri, localName) pairs can then be referenced by more
    convenient names:

        xbel.title # ==> ('http://www.python.org/topics/xml/xbel/', 'title')

    This can be convenient in (for example) SAX ContentHandler

    def __init__(self, uri, names):
        d = self.__dict__
        for name in names:
            d[name] = (uri, name)

00267 class ClosedNamespace(_Namespace):
    """Namespace that doesn't allow names to be added after instantiation.

    This is useful when the set of names for the namespace is known in
    advance; using a ClosedNamespace doesn't allow names to be added

    def __setattr__(self, name, value):
        raise AttributeError("can't set attributes on a ClosedNamespace")

00279 class OpenNamespace(_Namespace):
    """Namespace that allows names to be added automatically.

    When attributes of these objects are referenced, (uri, localName)
    pairs are generated for the name if they don't already exist.

    def __init__(self, uri, names=()):
        _Namespace.__init__(self, uri, names)
        self.__uri = uri

    def __getattr__(self, name):
        t = self.__uri, name
        setattr(self, name, t)
        return t

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