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The Caml Hump: Tony

Tony

Tony is a simple XML parser and pretty printer for Objective Caml. While you would most likely use it as a library it comes for demonstration purposes as an application. Tony reads an XML file and pretty prints it nicely. The parser is implemented using Lex and Yacc, the pretty printer using Philip Wadler's pretty-printing algebra. Today more complete (and complex) XML parsers for OCaml exist; Tony is still useful if you want to cover the basic case.
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Author:Christian Lindig.
Last modification date:09-Aug-2001
Version:0..9.1
Development status:Beta
Kind: Applications written in Caml :: Toys - Examples
Libraries :: Native OCaml libraries
Topic: XML :: Parsers and pretty-printers
Homepage:http://www.st.cs.uni-sb.de/~lindig/src/