*Validating* XML Parser written in Java ?
ak117 at freenet.carleton.ca
Thu Dec 11 22:03:53 GMT 1997
Dmitri Kondratiev writes:
> Does anybody know any free *validating* XML parserers written in Java ?
There is a serious problem right now with the XML terminology. There
are at least four Java-based XML parsers right now that will parse a
- NXP (a little out of date)
Of these, I think that only MSXML claims to be validating. Do you
need full validation, or do you just need a DTD-driven parser that
will pick up entity declarations, default attribute values, etc? We
really need to invent some better terms, since validation and
DTD-awareness are really separate concepts.
All the best,
David Megginson ak117 at freenet.carleton.ca
Microstar Software Ltd. dmeggins at microstar.com
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