Windows 7; stable CS/CEL 1.4; dled b2c April '10
First of all, the link given in the 'manual' (on the b2c site http://leapingcat.org/blender2crystal/index.php/Main_Page
) for 'RegularInstall' for pyXML 2.5 is broken. It takes me to the old hosting site 'delcorp' and a page not found error follows. I cannot seem to find anything other than pyXML 2.4 elsewhere on the net. pyXML 2.5 was the install that worked on my other system.
Now I've got py2.6 installed and I don't know if pyXML 2.5 would even work for that.
So, I dled the python 2.4 and the pyXML 2.4, and Blender wouldn't load the b2c export script. The console gave me something in the realm of 'E: XML parser not found. Please install pyXML (for Windows) or 4Suite.'
I then tried with 4Suite, installing the win32 version, but b2c wasn't recognizing that either.
I've found the py script where the error emanates. It's a script called 'default.' It has a check for the XML parser that is set by another script called 'csxml', but my Python is lacking and I couldn't track it farther than that.
From what I gather, pyXML is no longer supported, and I wonder if b2c could support the win32 version of 4Suite?
I'm not in desperation to get this working, I've still got my old system w/ the old install working for b2c, but I would appreciate any help when you have the time. Ug, You're probably going to make me learn Python and reinvent the wheel by creating my own blender export script that doesn't rely on XML parsers! That sounds like too much work... too little time... someday I would like to get involved with the development. Maybe after I become versed in Python.
UPDATE: this odd fellow claims to provide a version of pyXML for 2.6.x, but I still get the same error.http://www.somethinkodd.com/oddthinking/2009/10/31/windows-installer-for-pyxml-0-8-4-for-python-2-6-x/