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From: Jean Krivine <jean.krivine@g...>
Subject: Re: Re : [Caml-list] Manipulating xml files withing ocaml
In my case I just want to parse a small xml file and I don't need to
check for consistency so I think xml-light is fine enough. Thank you
for the references though
J

On Sun, Nov 23, 2008 at 10:54 AM, Dario Teixeira
<darioteixeira@yahoo.com> wrote:
>> PXP may be a better choice. It's harder at first, but
>> not much and
>> could be worth the five additionnal minutes required to
>> learn it. It
>> handles unicode and is still maintained (among others).
>
> Indeed.  If you find yourself routinely having to deal with XML,
> and if you need more advanced features such as validating very
> complex DTDs, than learning PXP is well worth it (Xml-light
> will choke on all but the simplest DTDs).
>
> If you are doing heavy manipulation of XML and wished for a
> more "native" support in the language, then take a look at
> Cduce/Ocamlduce.
>
> Finally, if you just need to parse a simple XML file and this
> is a one-off event, then Xml-light is indeed the simplest option.
>
> Cheers,
> Dario Teixeira
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