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Sat, 21 Feb 2009 00:29:53 -0800 (PST)
>>>I have some code I wrote late last year that I haven't committed to
>>>the base libaray ... just the headers and largely non-functional
>>>skeletons of the implementation, but even so that's a little more
>>>advanced than currently in mySTEP.
>>The latest state is that simple XML files (without DTD, Namespaces and
>>Entities) are parsed. Code (pure OBJ-C version) is not yet in
>>but will be with the next release (in the next days).
>>But I have seen that the GNUstep implementation shall become a wrapper
>>for libxml2 so my code can't be used anyway (since it does not relate
>There's no reason why there can't be two implementations available in base ...
>we already have two versions of NSXMLParser ... one using libxml2 which is
>fairly strict about getting valid >XML, the other writing in pure objective-c
>and tolerant of the invalid XML produced by some of the Apple tools.
Ok, here is the current mySTEP version!
(go one level up to see the other NSXML* files) or go to
for all source files.
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