|Yacc grammar for HTML/XML/WML email@example.com (Terry Robinson) (1998-07-10)|
|Re: Yacc grammar for HTML/XML/WML firstname.lastname@example.org (Quinn Tyler Jackson) (1998-07-11)|
|Re: Yacc grammar for HTML/XML/WML email@example.com (1998-07-13)|
|Re: Yacc grammar for HTML/XML/WML firstname.lastname@example.org (Pierre Mai) (1998-07-20)|
|From:||"Quinn Tyler Jackson" <email@example.com>|
|Date:||11 Jul 1998 23:43:29 -0400|
Terry Robinson asked:
>Does anyone have a grammar for Yacc/Bison for a real mark-up language
>like HTML or WML (XML needs a document type definition to define a
>language - well normally) or know where one can be gotten ?
>[There's HTML grammars in the various HTML specs, but I don't think they're
>very useful for real web documents since most real HTML is pretty sloppy.
Here's part of the comment header of the HTML grammar to be found at:
// This is an HTML rule file for use with Visual Parse++. It should parse
// just about any HTML file, even ones with errors, ommisions, etc. The
// rule file recogizes all the HTML 3.0 tags, and any others we ran across
// while testing.
// It also recoginzes unknown tags, parameters, and attributes, so you can
// handle the action in your code (or add to this rule file).
Their demo version comes with the grammars for HTML, cpp, c, RTF, SQL,
the C preprocessor, Java, and a calculator.
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