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- From: Richard Tobin <email@example.com>
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Date: Wed, 17 Nov 1999 14:01:44 GMT
> One parser which does do these things is LT XML, but that isn't
> very fussy about badly-formed XML (for a start, it doesn't reject
> documents with more than one top-level element).
LT XML has a flag (NSL_read_strict in the library; -x option to
xmlnorm) which enforces the few XML constraints that are (for
historical reasons) not enabled by default.
Any errors that aren't detected in strict mode should be considered
bugs and reported to me.
LT XML's underlying parser, RXP, is available separately and also
provides namespace support and checking, which is not in LT XML yet.
For more information on RXP and LT XML, see
There is a web page that lets you check documents for well-formedness
and optionally validity and namespace-correctness using RXP at
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