Validating xml parser requires
is a convenience wrapper around write-xml that returns the in a newly allocated string. If there is no ATTRIB, will return the value of IF-UNDEFINED, which defaults to : ERROR.
XMLS provides two exported functions to translate between the CL structure representation of the XML tree and the s-expression representation: These are intended to allow programmers to avoid direct manipulation of the XMLS element representation. should be made generic, and support arguments of other types (e.g., strings interpreted as filenames, pathnames, etc.). An asdf system definition is provided with the distribution.
The attributes are presented in the order found in the document text.
For each attribute, two list entries are presented: the attribute name and the attribute value.
Applications which set this need to be especially careful to use what additional information is available from the declarations as needed to comply with the standards for the behavior of XML processors.
By default, this attribute is false; it may be changed at any time. During a callback reporting a parse event they indicate the location of the first of the sequence of characters that generated the event.
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Xmls is a small, simple, non-validating xml parser for Common Lisp.
There is no publicly-accessible source repository for XMLS. The likelihood of getting patches doesn't justify the effort of maintaining such a source repository.This module uses the , if specified, must be a string naming the encoding used by the XML data.Expat doesn’t support as many encodings as Python does, and its repertoire of encodings can’t be extended; it supports UTF-8, UTF-16, ISO-8859-1 (Latin1), and ASCII. When namespace processing is enabled, element type names and attribute names that belong to a namespace will be expanded.It's designed to be a self-contained, easily embedded parser that recognizes a useful subset of the XML spec.It provides a simple mapping from xml to lisp structures or s-expressions and back.
The element name passed to the element handlers Returns the input data that generated the current event as a string.