HTML -> HTMLGen (or similiar)
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Thu Apr 10 04:34:47 CEST 2003
VanL <vlindberg at verio.net> writes:
> I have a bunch of existing HTML that I need to integrate into a new
> web app. I would ideally like to use one of the existing HTML
> generation systems (HTMLgen, HyperText, any others) but I don't want
> to have to build up an equivalent representation for the many pages I
> need to work with.
> The pages validate as HTML 4.01, so no strange measures are
> necessary. However, does anyone know of a package that can take
> existing (valid) HTML and make it into an object that I can
I seem to remember that the python xml package has modules to read
HTML into a DOM tree. I think you have to download the xml package to
get it (it's not in the version included with python as far as I remember).
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