[XML-SIG] sgmlop and html parsing
Thomas B. Passin
tpassin at comcast.net
Wed Jan 14 19:54:04 EST 2004
Alexandre Fayolle wrote:
> On Wed, Jan 14, 2004 at 09:26:17AM -0500, Thomas B. Passin wrote:
>>I took a different approach. To parse Netscape bookmark files, I just
>>take the default parser, and handle the encoding downstream using a few
>>patches in the downstream code to handle encoding. (I have found that
>>setting the encoding to utf-8 works reliably in Mozilla-derived browsers
>>on Windows 2000.
> Would you mind committing your changes to the CVS so that they can ship
> in pyxml 0.8.4 ? Your patch are likely to be better than mine since you
> seem to be using the tools on a daily basis.
I am agreeable if no one objects and if I can get the commit working. I
used to have problems, but now that I am committing to my TM4JScript
project, I can probably work out how to do it.
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