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xml2infoset programming

From: <brian.j.mahoney@sybase.com>
Date: Thu, 13 May 2004 16:19:20 -0700
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Is xml2infoset.py state of the art, or is there something else?

For whatever xml2infoset program, is there something that does the inverse,
converting an n3 back into the xml file, (canonical?) (ha?).

Looking at swap/infoset I see some attempts to write up the infoset in n3.
Does the xml2infoset program of choice use a vocabulary found in  the
swap/infoset/ directory?

I've been working in Python and it seems that the XML Information Set would
give me a reliable terminology for making RDF/n3 of a parsed
XML tree, but I'm not seeing that the files in swap/infoset have enough
coherence.  I have not found any other xml to infoset programs.

I can do some coding for this, but need to know what is currently going on.
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