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                 cssutils
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CSS Cascading Style Sheets library for Python
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:author: $LastChangedBy$
:date: $LastChangedDate$
:version: (rev $LastChangedRevision$)


available documentation
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General
    * `readme <README.txt>`_
    * `license <LICENSE.txt>`_

    + `changelog <CHANGELOG.txt>`_
    + `version migration (to 0.9.5) <documentation/migrate.txt>`_ 
    + `backlog <documentation/backlog.txt>`_


    see also
        * `cssutils at Google Code <http://code.google.com/p/cssutils/>`_
        * `cssutils at cthedot <http://cthedot.de/cssutils/>`_

API
    * `cssutils <documentation/cssutils.txt>`_ package
    * `cssutils.css <documentation/css.txt>`_ package
    * `cssutils.stylesheets <documentation/stylesheets.txt>`_ package
    * `cssutils scripts <documentation/scripts.txt>`_
    * `generated API docs (Epydoc) <doc/index.html>`_


status of the tokenizer
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The tokenizer is a customized implementation of `CSS3 Module: Syntax (W3C Working Draft 13 August 2003) <http://www.w3.org/TR/css3-syntax/>`_ which itself is based in the CSS 2.1 tokenizer. It tries to be as simple as possible but uses some (helpful) parts of the CSS 2.1 tokenizer.

I guess cssutils is therefor neither CSS 2.1 not CSS 3 compliant but tries to at least be able to parse both grammars as close as possible. Both official grammars are not final nor bugfree but still feasible.