heikki at citec.fi
Fri May 28 08:43:14 BST 1999
> Don Park
> I have found that, while everyone talks about CSS being a
> standard, there is
> actually only a handful of software supporting it. I think this is mainly
> because there is no equivalent of expat, XP, XML4J, etc. in the CSS world.
> Is there a publically available, production-quality, ready-to-use
> CSS parser
> out there written in Java? I would rather not kill a few summer
> weekends to
> write one myself if I can avoid it.
I do not know about Java. But Mozilla is open source, and it has a component
based architecture (XPCOM), which in principle should enable you to extract
just the CSS parser. I do not know high tightly the CSS parser is currently
integrated to the rest of the system, but I'll post a question to the
netscape.public.mozilla.layout newsgroup at news.mozilla.org. Go follow the
discussion there. I'll try and remember to post a summary here as well.
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