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- From: "Chris Hubick" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: "XML Dev" <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 4 Aug 1999 16:01:09 +1000
I have seen quite a few requests for various DOM and XML utilities in Java.
In the past I have needed and implemented many of the same functions people
are asking for. The following classes might serve as a starting point or
save other people the trouble of doing the same thing.
I provide NO warranty with any of these, and they are free for anyone to
use/copy/modify, although I would appreciate being credited where possible.
Some of them have obvious limitations and fixes are appreciated.
These include implementation neutral utilities for writing a DOM tree to an
XML stream or string; cloning a DOM Node (even over
documents/implementations); child Element access by index or name/value (tag
name, attribute value, or both); Node equality testing (even over
Build a DOM tree (using any implementation) using SAX events:
Utils for escaping and unescaping XML references in strings; escaping quotes
in attribute values.
My general Java utilities page:
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