nestable C/C++ XML parser?
stele at fxtech.com
Tue Dec 7 16:38:39 GMT 1999
I'm trying to develop a tag-based front-end to expat and having no luck.
I'd like to be able to parse an XML document in nestable chunks, by
calling into a nestable parser. In other words, I'd like to start
parsing, then branch to a function to handle a specific element, parsing
in there until that element is closed, then fall back out of the
function to continue parsing the rest of the document.
Something like this:
ParseDocument (call HandleFoo when Foo element is found)
// do something with Foo stuff here
Has anyone seen such a beast?
Paul Miller - stele at fxtech.com
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