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From "Morrison, John" <>
Subject RE: NekoHTML in Cocoon....
Date Tue, 14 May 2002 11:39:46 GMT
> From: Jörn Heid []
> Necko is an HTML parser based on Xerces who can parse 
> 'normal' HTML (not
> XHTML) and prodcues pure XML (SAX).
> Just thinking if it could be usefull... (I haven't tried it yet ;).

It might be useful as an upgrade/alternative to the tidy stuff :)

> One possibible use case would be the ability for Cocoon developers to
> use old html files and change them with XSLT. E.g. including 
> news pages
> not based on XML in Cocoon, filtering information from external pages
> and so on.
> What do you think? I will ask Andy Clark for permission if 
> you think it
> would be usefull for Cocoon.

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