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 XML Parser 

Last post Mon, Mar 10 2014 11:22 PM by Ejlersen. 9 replies.
Started by archive 10 May 2007 08:59 AM. Topic has 9 replies and 6881 views
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  • Thu, May 10 2007 8:59 AM

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    XML Parser Reply

    Has anyone heard of an XML parser for SKILL?


    Originally posted in cdnusers.org by George.H.Patrick@tektronix.com
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  • Thu, May 10 2007 12:12 PM

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    RE: XML Parser Reply

    Could you have meant "XML parser written in SKILL"?

    If so, googling with keywords "xml parser" && "lisp" yielded some hits on open-source Lisp-based XML parsers. Since SKILL is itself Lisp-based perhaps one of these could be massaged into what you want.


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  • Thu, May 10 2007 12:34 PM

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    RE: XML Parser Reply

    Yeah, my next step is writing my own.  I was just hoping that I wouldn't have to :)

    Thanks, Chris.


    Originally posted in cdnusers.org by George.H.Patrick@tektronix.com
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  • Thu, May 10 2007 1:19 PM

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    RE: XML Parser Reply

    Hi George,

    Intersting topic. I have done some work with XML in Skill. Specifically using xml and fop to create pdf documentation from xml data.
    I have an Allegro 16.0 beta copy where I see that tech files are now in XML format. This mean I will also need a parser as I use tech files in my Array utility. Let us know how you get on.

    Cheers, Dave


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  • Thu, May 10 2007 1:27 PM

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    RE: XML Parser Reply


    That's what I need the parser for :)

    Figured that if I used a standard parser I would be ready for whatever else got changed to XML, too.  I was hoping somebody in the know would include the internal parser they must already be using to manipulate the tech files in the cns SKILL stuff. 

    How about it, Frank? :)


    Originally posted in cdnusers.org by George.H.Patrick@tektronix.com
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  • Thu, Jul 17 2008 1:56 PM

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    Re: RE: XML Parser Reply

    Well, I have finished the XML parser.  I have attached it here, along with a PDF map so y'all can find what you are looking for in the hash (association) table.

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    Re: RE: XML Parser Reply

    Hi

    Can i use xml parser in skill to parse tech file?

    By the way,I can not find the attached file

    admin:

    Well, I have finished the XML parser.  I have attached it here, along with a PDF map so y'all can find what you are looking for in the hash (association) table.

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  • Mon, Mar 10 2014 12:25 PM

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    Re: RE: XML Parser Reply

    Hi

    I've been looking all over for this XML pariser without any luck.

    I hope someone has it and are willing to share it, thanks.

     best regards

    Ole

     

    Best regards Ole
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  • Mon, Mar 10 2014 12:32 PM

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    Re: RE: XML Parser Reply

    Hi Ole,

    See attached.

    Cheers,
    Dave 

    Dave Elder, Tait Communications
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  • Mon, Mar 10 2014 11:22 PM

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    Re: RE: XML Parser Reply

    Hi Dave

    Great, thanks for this. I'll see if I can make use of it although its going to be used for something that's not generated by Allegro.

    Have a great day

    Cheers

    Ole  

    Best regards Ole
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