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Re: SV: Strange newlines in HTML output
* Sami Lempinen <firstname.lastname@example.org> [Dec 20. 2000 13:15]:
> If I understand you correctly, this is exactly the current goal. We
> are in the process of removing the outdated DOM I/F from JTidy and
> providing an interface to any SAX2-compliant parser (such as Xerces),
> which allows the tool to be integrated to almost any processing chain.
Sounds very promising indeed. I have just started reading Steve Muenchs
book on the Oracle XML tools, where he demonstrates how to use JTidy in
this way (abeit it is by creating a DOM by JTidy, and moving it to an
Oracle DOM for further processing).
I believe that such a program would be extremely important for the
future in order to allow the XML world to access the host of HTML
documents "out there".
Very much the same as a SGML-frontend would allow the XML-world to reuse
old documents directly.
Thorbjørn Ravn Andersen "...sound of... Tubular Bells!"