David Megginson david at
Thu Jul 16 14:48:13 BST 1998

Peter Murray-Rust writes:

 > The SwingSet (from has HTML functionality. I'm not
 > sure exactly what, but it can read in HTML and render it. Since
 > Swing is very well written (and based in part on SGML ideas) it
 > wouldn't surprise me if much of what we want is hidden within
 > it. There is a list for Swing at -
 > perhaps someone could ask.

A quick peek inside swingall.jar shows that there is a package  Within the package (and judging from
namesa alone), the following classes look like good starting points:


I have not had a chance to dig through the JavaDoc's yet, but it may
be that we can write at least a partial SAX driver on top of this.

All the best,


David Megginson                 david at

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