How use XML parsing tools on this one specific URL?

Paul Boddie paul at
Mon Mar 5 11:39:54 CET 2007

On 4 Mar, 20:21, Nikita the Spider <NikitaTheSpi... at> wrote:
> In article <1173030156.276363.174... at>,
> > I can't validate it and xml.minidom.dom.parseString won't work on it.


> Valid XHTML is scarcer than hen's teeth.

It probably doesn't need to be valid: being well-formed would be
sufficient for the operation of an XML parser, and for many
applications it'd be sufficient to consider the content as vanilla XML
without the XHTML overtones.


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