expat tree-builder (dom)

Sean Mc Grath digitome at iol.ie
Mon Jan 24 19:28:09 GMT 2000

At 11:00 24/01/00 -0800, you wrote:
>I've been experimenting with the jclark's expat parser.  I compiled it on
>linux, and it works just great.  However, finding tags and data by
>implementing the callback functions is cumbersome.  
>Has anybody written code that uses the expat callback's in such a way as to
>build a hierarchical tree, maybe a DOM, that can be traversed?  A full DOM
>implementation wouldn't be necessary for my purposes, just enough to
>traverse branches and find leafs.
Try http://www.pyxie.org


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