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From: Viktor <viktor@irisz.hu>
Date: Fri, 6 Sep 1996 07:35:00 +0200
Message-ID: <01BB9BC5.EA1A5F00@moon.irisz.hu>
To: "'www-jigsaw@w3.org'" <www-jigsaw@w3.org>
> How about using avh HTML parser (let me know if you need the
> URL). It's pretty flexible, and quite fast. 

YES, sure I'm interested! I spent lot of times these days with hunting
for tools and docs in this topic, even to discover what the hell
SGML is, but didn't found one which addresses this task,
and it's written in java. Specialy I want to implement some kind
of SSI which fits to my needs. Jesterday finaly made a parser
with jax, which can react when founding
<jigsaw [name[=value]]+> style tags...

> Note that parsing the file
> should be done in FileResource.updateFileAttributes, so that it gets
> done only once, when the file (ie the content) of the resource
> changes

I've put it there (in updateFileAttributes), but as I look now, I see
that I've override FileResource.initialize:

	public void initialize(Object values[]) {
		super.initialize(values);
		updateAttributes();
	 }

I hope I had some reasons to do it, but didn't made a note...
Sure I found that the title didn't calculated when the resource
is created, only when it's updated.
Received on Friday, 6 September 1996 13:36:54 GMT

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