Re: Ugly XML processing looking for a generic XML solution (long)
James Robertson wrote: > I would strongly recommend Omnimark for this > job. This is bread-and-butter work for an Omnimark > program (which combines both regular-expressions and > element rules). I second the recommendation to use OmniMark - additionally, if the element combinations are complex, you might try using SGML instead of XML for the early passes. You can use the tag omissability rules to save you a lot of context tracking; end tags could probably all be left off and quite likely, so could some of the start tags. -- Regards, Marcus Carr email: mrc@a... ___________________________________________________________________ Allette Systems (Australia) www: http://www.allette.com.au ___________________________________________________________________ "Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler." - Einstein
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