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- From: "Ingo Macherius" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Date: Thu, 16 Jul 1998 20:02:00 +0200
email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote at 15 Jul 98, 14:57:
> What I am working on is to
> retrieve some information, e.g. news articles, from the web and feed the
> content to an application client which only knows application-specific XML.
So are we.
> Therefore, I need to read the HTML file, analyze it, strip away all
> presentation tags/contents, and convert the real content to the
> application-specific XML.
So you don't want HTML->XML but "arbitrary, somewhat regular string"
to XML. Buggy HTML is just that, a somewhat regular string. You want
to extract information and map it to a Schema, e.g. an XML-DTD. Right
> Instead of writing my own HTML parser, I hope I
> can find some tool to help me or hopefully one of the XML parser can do the
> job. I prefer Java, but I'll consider anything available.
Please have a look at
The online demos already use Jedi 2.0, which is currently being
prepared for (*.class only) distribution. Expect 2.0 for download in
about 7 days. The current downloadable version is 0.1, which is about
2 years old.
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