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Question about usage of HText-Callbacks - Have a very specific problem ...

From: Michael Maretzke <michael@ibs.debis.de>
Date: Mon, 2 Aug 1999 02:42:30 -0400 (EDT)
To: <www-lib-request@w3.org>
Message-ID: <00c301bedcba$e5bf4d60$6f4aa2c2@develop8.ibs.debis.de>
Hey, out there - hackers !

I've got a very specific problem. We're looking for a library able to parse
HTML-Pages.
Yeah, libwww is able to parse these pages ;)

After looking on the code for a while, I mentioned some problems. Perhaps I
didn't scan
the documentation as good as possible but there are some questions open.

We've to parse these HTML-pages for tags and fill a pointered structure with
datas specific
for the found tag. libwww calls for HTML-elements and also for plain text
callback-functions
to deal with them. But how can I fill these data structures ?

Is there a static memory area where the HTML-elements and text is stored
which I may access ?
By this time I use a static char[]-array to complete the plain text step by
step within
each callback-call.

It's a kind of urgent to find a answer for this question.

Please answer also to michael@ibs.debis.de

Thanx a lot.


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