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Validation library in C++ Re: XHTML Validator to RSS

From: Karl Dubost <karl@w3.org>
Date: Tue, 6 Jul 2004 10:50:53 -0400
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Le 05 juil. 2004, ΰ 16:25, Karl Dubost a ιcrit :
> 	- Developers
> 		A guide, an article, a library tool?
> 		For example, should the Markup Validator
> 		should be a library with a specified API
> 		which could help developers to use it
> 		when they need in their software.

After discussion with Olivier, or the library itself in C++, it does 
exist already somehow and so developers could use it in their local 
product like well known authoring tools, weblogging tools, etc.


with the following features:

	• 	Features: better and more complete XML support offered by Xerces
	• 	Performance - no CGI overhead
	• 	Performance - no Perl overhead
	• 	Performance - no nsgmls overhead
	• 	Flexibility - generates results as XML
	• 	Accuracy - direct application of the parser, with minimal document 
sniffing applied only to support Appendix C XHTML.
	• 	Accuracy - no imprecise parsing of data from an external program.
	• 	Simplicity - the overall system size and complexity is much reduced.
	• 	Helpfulness - friendly error messages optimised for validation

Source code (GPL License):

Karl Dubost - http://www.w3.org/People/karl/
W3C Conformance Manager
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