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Microtron was originally written by Andrew McCollum at [[events/2009-07-25-dev-camp|microformatsDevCamp 2009]].
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The following folks have contributed code to Microtron:
 
The following folks have contributed code to Microtron:

Revision as of 18:24, 9 March 2010

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Microtron is a microformats Microformats Parsers and library for the Python programming language.

http://github.com/amccollum/microtron

current version: 0.13

authors and contributors

Microtron was originally written by Andrew McCollum and Christophe Benz at microformatsDevCamp 2009.

The following folks have contributed code to Microtron:

  • Andrew McCollum
  • Christophe Benz
  • Mark Ng

summary

Microtron is intended to be a general-purpose microformat parser/transformer.

It can operate on the definition file included in Optimus microformats transformer and validator, making it a close replacement for certain tasks, and can easily be extended with new formats without modifying the source. The primary advantages are speed (> 100x faster that Optimus microformats transformer and validator for some operations), simplicity (single file) and small code size (currently < 150 lines).

Right now it supports:

supported microformats

installation

With setuptools' easy_install:

   easy_install microtron

With pip:

  pip install microtron

documentation

  • ...

feedback and issues

  • ...

future plans

  • ...

see also