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I have been trying to find a related tool/function for some time (and
may well have missed it in my search) - an x-path validation tool.
Such a tool would be capable of validating a given x-path against a
Is anyone aware of such a tool? It would be a great assistance to my
non-'expert' x-path writers (and even the expert ones!)
At 11:47 AM -0500 28/2/02, Daniel Veillard wrote:
>On Thu, Feb 28, 2002 at 12:58:41PM -0700, Kris Thompson wrote:
>> I must have missed it but I feel like my searching has been complete. I
>> am looking for a way, using one of the more popular parsers idealy
>> Xerces, to if given a node in a document return the XPath string
>> representation of that node. Something like the following would be nice
>> public static String getXPath(Document doc, Node node)
>> where node is the node that I want the XPath expression on and doc
>> is the document for which this node exist.
>> If this does not exist in any popular parsers than has anyone created
>> this piece of code for which I could have?
> Available as:
> xmlChar * xmlGetNodePath(xmlNodePtr node);
>in libxml2 (http://xmlsoft.org/)
>Note of course that there isn't "the" XPath string to select that node
>there is an infinity of those. 2 implementation could return different
>path and both be right.
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