Wish lists for the Holidays

John Cowan cowan at locke.ccil.org
Tue Dec 28 03:14:15 GMT 1999

Simon St.Laurent scripsit:

> While I like Tidy a lot, I'd love to have a parser that tidies up the HTML
> structure and then spits it out as SAX events or a DOM tree, rather than
> the kind of document-to-document work that Tidy does.  Seems like that
> shouldn't be much more difficult than the work Tidy does.

It isn't, and in fact the Java version of Tidy (linked from Dave Raggett's
page) provides a mini-DOM.  WIth my DOMParser, you can generate SAX events
from the mini-DOM as well.

John Cowan                                   cowan at ccil.org
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