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REBOL [ Title: "A more XML 1.0 compliant set of XML parsing tools." File: %xml-parse.r Date: 1-jul-2009 Version: 0.7.6 Author: "Gavin F. McKenzie" Email: %brianwisti--yahoo--com Purpose: { REBOL's built-in parse-xml function lacks a number of XML 1.0 compliant features, including: - support for CDATA sections - support for XML Namespaces - exposure of the internal DTD subset The intent of this script is to create an XML parser that can operate either via an event/callback mechanism, or produce a block structure similar to REBOL's built-in parse-xml function. This XML parser is designed to call-back into a 'parse-handler' object that has been designed to be similar to the well-known XML parsing interface known as "SAX" (Simple API for XML) by David Megginson. For more information on SAX, see David's website at: http://www.megginson.com/SAX/index.html Several parse-handlers are included here: - the base 'class' xml-parse-handler that contains only empty callback stubs - the debugging aid echo-handler that prints out the callback event stream - the block-handler that produces a superset of the block structure created by REBOL's built-in parse-xml function Alternatively, you may choose to build your own parse event handler rather than use the functionality provided here. A new function is defined "parse-xml+" that represents the enhanced counterpart to the built-in REBOL parse-xml. Additional features provided by this parser: 1. Document prolog information The built-in REBOL parse-xml function returns a set of nested blocks where the first two items in the outermost block are the words document and none, such as: [document none [...]] The parse-xml+ function provided herein can produce a set of nested blocks where the second item of the outermost block is used to represent prolog and document type information. An example of this block is: [ version "1.0" encoding "utf-8" standalone "yes" doctype none pubid none sysid none subset none ] 2. CDATA Section Processing XML provides for enclosing data content within CDATA sections for the convenience of avoiding the need to escape certain XML sensitive characters in the data such as the ampersand (&) and less-than-sign (<). An example of a CDATA section: <foo>abc <![CDATA[Jack & Jill]]> xyz</foo> A compliant XML parser would report that the content of element 'foo' is "abc Jack & Jill xyz". CDATA sections are also useful when putting text samples of XML within the content of an XML document. <example><![CDATA[<foo>bar</foo>]]></example> Here the value of element 'example' is the text "<foo>bar</foo>" 3. Comments This parser provides the opportunity to process comments embedded within the XML. 4. Processing Instructions This parser provides the opportunity to process processing instructions embedded within the XML. <foo><?my-app this is a processing instruction?></foo> 5. Automatic Character Entity Expansion In XML document it is common to encounter "character entities" within the content of the document. These entities are the means for escaping sensitive XML characters so that the character will be processed as data rather than markup. The most common characters that are subjected to this treatment are the ampersand (&) and less-than-sign (<). This parser recognizes these common entities and automatically converts them to their character equivalents. For example: <foo>Jack & Jill</foo> This parser will automatically replace the & character entity reference to the ampersand (&) character; hence, the value of element 'foo' is "Jack & Jill". Character entities can also be encoded with their Unicode numeric equivalent rather than the symbolic name in either decimal or hex form, such as: <foo>Ampersands: &&&</foo> The value of element 'foo' is "Ampersands: &&&". 6. Namespace Processing Namespace processing is vital to handling real-world XML. @@TBD: say more here } History: [ 0.7.4 { Fixed a defect to allow optional space around the '=' on an attribute. Thanks to Brett Handley for reporting the defect.} 0.7.3 { Fixed bug where attr-ns-prefix wasn't getting cleared when processing an un-prefixed attribute.} 0.7.2 { Changed the start-document in the block-handler to perform a copy/deep, fixing a bug that occurred on successive invocations of parse-xml+.} 0.7.1 { First public release. } ] Acknowledgements: { Gavin F. MacKenzie wrote the original releases of this file, so it just plain wouldn't have happened without him. I hope he knows we're grateful and we hope he's doing well - wherever he's disappeared to! } ] ; TO DO ; - ** WARNING ** Namespace processing is not ready for primetime! ; - anything that uses xmlQuote is wrong; there is the potential for ; uncaught mismatched quotes ; - do some start/end-tag matching and error-checking ; - process entities defined in the internal DTD subset ; - add comments, comments, comments!! xml-parse: make object! [ ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; ; ; XML PARSE CONTENT HANDLERS ; ; This XML parser is designed to call-back into a 'parse-handler' object ; that has been designed to be similar to the well-known XML parsing ; interface known as "SAX" (Simple API for XML) by David Megginson. ; ; For more information on SAX, see David's website at: ; http://www.megginson.com/SAX/index.html ; ; Several parse-handlers are included here: ; - the base 'class' xml-parse-handler that contains only empty ; callback stubs ; - the debugging aid echo-handler that prints out the callback ; event stream ; - the block-handler that produces a superset of the block structure ; created by REBOL's built-in parse-xml function ; ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; ; ; This is an 'empty' xml-parse-handler that is provided as a base-object ; for extending into custom xml-parse-handlers. ; xml-parse-handler: make object! [ start-document: func [ ][ ] xml-decl: func [ version-info [string! none!] encoding [string! none!] standalone [string! none!] ][ ] document-type: func [ document-type [string!] public-id [string! none!] system-id [string! none!] internal-subset [string! none!] ][ ] start-element: func [ ns-uri [string! none!] local-name [string! none!] q-name [string!] attr-list [block!] ][ ] end-element: func [ ns-uri [string! none!] local-name [string! none!] q-name [string!] ][ ] characters: func [ characters [string! none!] ][ ] pi: func [ pi-target [string! none!] pi [string! none!] ][ ] comment: func [ comment [string! none!] ][ ] end-document: func [] [ ] start-prefix-mapping: func [ ns-prefix-uri-pairs [block!] ][ ] end-prefix-mapping: func [ ns-prefix-uri-pairs [block!] ][ ] get-parse-result: func [{ This function can be used to return a specific result from the parse operation, such as returning the parse XML as a series of blocks similar to REBOL's built-in parse-xml. By default, returning none from this function will cause the return code from the REBOL parse function to be passed back to the caller of the parse.} ][ none ] ] ; ; This xml-parse-handler simply echoes the parsing to the console. ; This was primarily useful as a debugging aid during the development ; of the XML parse production rules. ; echo-handler: make xml-parse-handler [ start-document: func [ ][ print remold ['start-doc] ] xml-decl: func [ version-info [string! none!] encoding [string! none!] standalone [string! none!] ][ print remold ['xml-decl 'version-info version-info 'encoding encoding 'standalone standalone ] ] document-type: func [ document-type [string!] public-id [string! none!] system-id [string! none!] internal-subset [string! none!] ][ print remold ['doc-type document-type 'public-id public-id 'system-id system-id 'internal-subset internal-subset ] ] start-element: func [ ns-uri [string! none!] local-name [string! none!] q-name [string!] attr-list [block!] ][ print remold ['start-elem ns-uri local-name q-name 'attr-list attr-list ] ] end-element: func [ ns-uri [string! none!] local-name [string! none!] q-name [string!] ][ print remold ['end-elem ns-uri local-name q-name] ] characters: func [ characters [string! none!] ][ print remold ['characters characters] ] pi: func [ pi-target [string! none!] pi [string! none!] ][ print remold ['pi pi-target pi] ] comment: func [ comment [string! none!] ][ print remold ['comment comment] ] end-document: func [ ][ print remold ['end-doc] ] start-prefix-mapping: func [ ns-prefix-uri-pairs [block!] ][ print remold ['start-prefix ns-prefix-uri-pairs] ] end-prefix-mapping: func [ ns-prefix-uri-pairs [block!] ][ print remold ['end-prefix ns-prefix-uri-pairs] ] ] ; ; This xml-parse-handler produces a set of nested blocks representing ; the parsed XML content. The blocks structure is a compatible superset ; of the block structure produced by REBOL's built-in parse-xml function. ; Extensions to the structure are appended to any applicable block; ; hence, existing code intended for use with REBOL's existing post-parse ; block structure should continue to work. ; block-handler: make xml-parse-handler [ xml-doc: copy [] xml-block: copy [] xml-content: copy "" start-document: func [ ][ ; ; Seed the document ; xml-block: reduce copy/deep ['document [version none encoding none standalone none doctype none pubid none sysid none subset none ] none ] ] xml-decl: func [ version-info [string! none!] encoding [string! none!] standalone [string! none!] ][ change next (find xml-block/2 'version) version-info change next (find xml-block/2 'encoding) encoding change next (find xml-block/2 'standalone) standalone ] document-type: func [ document-type [string!] public-id [string! none!] system-id [string! none!] internal-subset [string! none!] ][ change next (find xml-block/2 'doctype) document-type change next (find xml-block/2 'pubid) public-id change next (find xml-block/2 'sysid) system-id change next (find xml-block/2 'subset) internal-subset ] start-element: func [ ns-uri [string! none!] local-name [string! none!] q-name [string!] attr-list [block!] ][ ; ; Is there any pending content to add before ; we start a new element? ; if not empty? xml-content [ add-child copy xml-content clear head xml-content ] insert/only tail xml-doc xml-block xml-block: add-child copy reduce [local-name none none] ; ; Add the attribute list ; if not empty? attr-list [ xml-block/2: copy attr-list ] ] characters: func [ characters [string! none!] ][ ; ; Accumulate more character data ; if not none? characters [ append xml-content characters ] ] end-element: func [ ns-uri [string! none!] local-name [string! none!] q-name [string!] ][ ; ; Is there any pending content to add before ; we terminate this element? ; if not empty? xml-content [ add-child copy xml-content clear head xml-content ] ; ; Basic well-formedness check ; ; while [q-name <> first xml-block] [ ; if empty? xml-doc [ ; print ["End tag error:" q-name] ; halt ; ] ; pop-xml-block ; ] pop-xml-block ] add-child: func [child] [ if none? third xml-block [xml-block/3: make block! 1] insert/only tail third xml-block child child ] pop-xml-block: func [] [ xml-block: last xml-doc remove back tail xml-doc ] get-parse-result: func [] [ xml-block ] ] ; ; This xml-parse-handler enhances the block-handler with namespace ; processing. It should only be used with a parser that has been ; set to namespace-aware true. ; ns-block-handler: make xml-parse-handler [ xml-doc: copy [] xml-block: copy [] xml-content: copy "" nsinfo-stack: copy [] start-document: func [ ][ ; ; Seed the document ; xml-block: reduce copy/deep ['document [version none encoding none standalone none doctype none pubid none sysid none subset none ] none ] ] xml-decl: func [ version-info [string! none!] encoding [string! none!] standalone [string! none!] ][ change next (find xml-block/2 'version) version-info change next (find xml-block/2 'encoding) encoding change next (find xml-block/2 'standalone) standalone ] document-type: func [ document-type [string!] public-id [string! none!] system-id [string! none!] internal-subset [string! none!] ][ change next (find xml-block/2 'doctype) document-type change next (find xml-block/2 'pubid) public-id change next (find xml-block/2 'sysid) system-id change next (find xml-block/2 'subset) internal-subset ] start-element: func [ ns-uri [string! none!] local-name [string! none!] q-name [string!] attr-list [block!] ][ ; ; Is there any pending content to add before ; we start a new element? ; if not empty? xml-content [ add-child copy xml-content clear head xml-content ] insert/only tail xml-doc xml-block xml-block: add-child copy reduce [local-name none none ns-uri ] ; ; Add the attribute list ; if not empty? attr-list [ xml-block/2: copy attr-list ] ] characters: func [ characters [string! none!] ][ ; ; Accumulate more character data ; if not none? characters [ append xml-content characters ] ] end-element: func [ ns-uri [string! none!] local-name [string! none!] q-name [string!] ][ ; ; Is there any pending content to add before ; we terminate this element? ; if not empty? xml-content [ add-child copy xml-content clear head xml-content ] ; ; Basic well-formedness check ; ; while [q-name <> first xml-block] [ ; if empty? xml-doc [ ; print ["End tag error:" q-name] ; halt ; ] ; pop-xml-block ; ] pop-xml-block ] start-prefix-mapping: func [ ns-prefix-uri-pairs [block!] ][ insert/only nsinfo-stack ns-prefix-uri-pairs ] end-prefix-mapping: func [ ns-prefix-uri-pairs [block!] ][ remove nsinfo-stack ] add-child: func [child] [ if none? third xml-block [xml-block/3: make block! 1] insert/only tail third xml-block child child ] pop-xml-block: func [] [ xml-block: last xml-doc remove back tail xml-doc ] get-parse-result: func [] [ xml-block ] ] ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; ; ; ACTUAL XML PARSER OBJECT ; ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; parser: make object! [ element-q-name: none element-local-name: none document-type: none system-id: none public-id: none internal-subset: none encoding: none characters: none entity-ref: none char-ref-value: none comment: none pi-target: none pi: none version-info: none encoding: none standalone: none attr-name: none attr-value: none attr-list: copy [] attr-ns-prefix: none element-ns-prefix: none ns-uri: none nsinfo-stack: copy [] nsinfo: copy [] ; ; Set a default xml-parse-handler ; handler: block-handler ; ; Namespace processing, set true to process namespaces ; namespace-aware: no ; ; XML 1.0 Production Rules ; xmlLetter: charset [#"A" - #"Z" #"a" - #"z"] xmlDigit: charset [#"0" - #"9"] xmlHexDigit: charset [#"0" - #"9" #"a" - #"f" #"A" - #"F"] xmlAlpha: charset [#"A" - #"Z" #"a" - #"z"] xmlAlphaNum: charset [#"0" - #"9" #"A" - #"Z" #"a" - #"z"] xmlQuote: charset [#"^"" #"^'"] xmlSpace: charset [#"^(20)" #"^(09)" #"^(0D)" #"^(0A)"] xmlNotMarkupChar: complement charset [#"<" #"&"] ;fix this xmlS: [some xmlSpace] xmlEq: [[any xmlSpace] "=" [any xmlSpace]] xmlChar: [any [xmlAlphaNum | xmlSpace]] xmlCharData: [ copy characters some xmlNotMarkupChar (handler/characters characters) ] xmlNameProd: [[xmlLetter | #"_" | #":"] any xmlNameChar] xml10Name: xmlNameProd xmlName: xml10Name xmlNameChar: [ xmlLetter | xmlDigit | #"." | #"-" | #"_" | #":" ] xmlNames: [xmlName any [xmlS xmlName]] xmlNMToken: [some xmlNameChar] xmlNMTokens: [xmlNMToken any [xmlS xmlNMToken]] xmlMisc: [xmlComment | xmlPI | xmlS] xmlPERef: [#"%" xmlNameProd #"%"] xmlEntIntro: charset [#"^^" #"^%" #"^&" #"^""] xmlEntityVal: [#"^"" any [xmlEntIntro | xmlPERef] #"^""] xmlContent: [any [ xmlElement | xmlComment | xmlPI | xmlCDSect | xmlCharData | xmlReference ] ] ;fix this xmlAttValueStrict: [ [#"^"" copy attr-value to #"^"" #"^""] | [#"'" copy attr-value to #"'" #"'"] ] ; fix this xmlAttValue: xmlAttValueStrict xmlAttType: [ xmlStringType | xmlTokenizedType | xmlEnumeratedType ] xml10AttrStrict: [ copy attr-name xmlName xmlEq xmlAttValue (append append attr-list attr-name attr-value ) ] xmlAttribute: xml10AttrStrict xmlSTag: [ #"<" copy element-q-name xmlName [ (clear head attr-list clear head nsinfo) any [xmlS xmlAttribute] ] [any xmlSpace] #">" (either namespace-aware [ handler/start-prefix-mapping nsinfo insert/only nsinfo-stack copy nsinfo handler/start-element ns-uri element-local-name element-q-name attr-list ][ handler/start-element none element-q-name element-q-name attr-list ] ) ] xmlETag: [ "</" copy element-q-name xmlName [any xmlSpace] #">" (either namespace-aware [ handler/end-element ns-uri element-local-name element-q-name handler/end-prefix-mapping first nsinfo-stack remove nsinfo-stack ][ handler/end-element none element-q-name element-q-name ] ) ] xmlEmptyElemTag: [ #"<" copy element-q-name xmlName [ (clear head attr-list clear head nsinfo) any [xmlS xmlAttribute] ] [any xmlSpace] "/>" (either namespace-aware [ handler/start-prefix-mapping nsinfo insert/only nsinfo-stack copy nsinfo handler/start-element ns-uri element-local-name element-q-name attr-list ][ handler/start-element none element-q-name element-q-name attr-list ] characters: none handler/characters characters either namespace-aware [ handler/end-element ns-uri element-local-name element-q-name handler/end-prefix-mapping first nsinfo-stack remove nsinfo-stack ][ handler/end-element none element-q-name element-q-name ] ) ] xmlEmptyElem: [ #"<" copy element-q-name xmlName [ (clear head attr-list clear head nsinfo) any [xmlS xmlAttribute] ] [any xmlSpace] "></" xmlName [any xmlSpace] #">" (either namespace-aware [ handler/start-prefix-mapping nsinfo insert/only nsinfo-stack copy nsinfo handler/start-element ns-uri element-local-name element-q-name attr-list ][ handler/start-element none element-q-name element-q-name attr-list ] characters: none handler/characters characters either namespace-aware [ handler/end-element ns-uri element-local-name element-q-name handler/end-prefix-mapping first nsinfo-stack remove nsinfo-stack ][ handler/end-element none element-q-name element-q-name ] ) ] xmlElementStrict: [ xmlEmptyElemTag | xmlEmptyElem | [xmlSTag opt xmlContent xmlETag] ] xmlElement: xmlElementStrict xmlPI: [ "<?" copy pi-target xmlPITarget copy pi to "?>" "?>" (handler/pi pi-target pi) ] xmlPITarget: [xmlNameProd] xmlComment: [ "<!--" copy comment to "-->" "-->" (handler/comment comment) ] xmlDecl: [ (version-info: encoding: standalone: none) "<?xml" any xmlSpace xmlVersionInfo opt [xmlS xmlEncodingDecl] opt [xmlS xmlSDDecl] any xmlSpace "?>" (handler/xml-decl version-info encoding standalone ) ] xmlVersionInfo: [ "version" xmlEq [ #"^"" copy version-info xmlVersionNum "^"" | #"^'" copy version-info xmlVersionNum "^'" ] ] xmlVersionNum: [some [xmlVersionNumChars | "-"]] xmlVersionNumChars: charset [ #"0" - #"9" #"A" - #"Z" #"a" - #"z" "_.:" ] xmlEncodingDecl: [ (encoding: none) "encoding" xmlEq [ #"^"" copy encoding xmlEncName "^"" | #"^'" copy encoding xmlEncName "^'" ] ] xmlEncName: [xmlAlpha any [xmlEncNameChars]] xmlEncNameChars: charset [ #"0" - #"9" #"A" - #"Z" #"a" - #"z" "_.-" ] xmlDocument: [ (handler/start-document) xmlProlog xmlElement any xmlMisc (handler/end-document) ] xmlProlog: [ opt xmlDecl any xmlMisc opt [xmlDocTypeDecl any xmlMisc] ] xmlDocTypeDecl: [ "<!DOCTYPE" xmlS copy document-type xmlName opt [xmlS xmlExternalID] any xmlSpace "[" copy internal-subset to "]" "]" any xmlSpace ">" (handler/document-type document-type public-id system-id internal-subset ) ] xmlSDDecl: [ (standalone: none) "standalone" xmlEq [ xmlQuote copy standalone ["yes" | "no"] xmlQuote ] ] xmlStringType: "CDATA" xmlTokenizedType: [ "ID" | "IDREF" | "IDREFS" | "ENTITY" | "ENTITIES" | "NMTOKEN" | "NMTOKENS" ] xmlEnumeratedType: [] ; fix this xmlReference: [xmlCharRef | xmlEntityRef] xmlEntityRef: [ ["&" copy entity-ref xmlNameProd ";"] ( char-ref-value: convert-character-entity entity-ref either none? char-ref-value [ ; ; couldn't convert the ; chararacter-entity, so pass ; it through as character data, ; unconverted ; handler/characters rejoin ["&" entity-ref ";"] ][ ; ; converted the chararacter-entity ; to a character ; handler/characters char-ref-value ] ) ] xmlCharRef: [ [ [ "&" [copy entity-ref ["#" some xmlDigit] ] ";" ] | [ "&" [copy entity-ref ["#x" some xmlHexDigit] ] ";" ] ] ( char-ref-value: convert-character-entity entity-ref either none? char-ref-value [ ; ; couldn't convert the ; chararacter-entity, so pass ; it through as character data, ; unconverted ; handler/characters rejoin ["&" entity-ref ";"] ][ ; ; converted the chararacter-entity ; to a character ; handler/characters char-ref-value ] ) ] xmlExternalID: [ ["SYSTEM" xmlSpace xmlSystemLiteral] | ["PUBLIC" xmlSpace xmlPubIDLiteral xmlSpace xmlSystemLiteral ] ] xmlSystemLiteral: [ [#"^"" copy system-id to #"^"" #"^""] | [#"'" copy system-id to #"'" #"'"] ] xmlPubIDLiteral: [ [#"^"" copy public-id to #"^"" #"^""] | [#"'" copy public-id to #"'" #"'"] ] xmlNDataDecl: [xmlS "NDATA" xmlS xmlNameProd] xmlCDSect: [ "<![CDATA[" copy characters to "]]>" "]]>" (handler/characters characters) ] ; XML Namespace-Specific Production Rules ; xmlNSAttribute: [ [ copy attr-name xmlPrefixedAttName xmlEq xmlAttValue (ns-uri: copy attr-value append nsinfo reduce [attr-ns-prefix attr-value ] ) ] | [ copy attr-name xmlDefaultAttName xmlEq xmlAttValue (ns-uri: copy attr-value append nsinfo reduce [attr-ns-prefix attr-value ] ) ] | [ xmlAQName xmlEq xmlAttValue (append attr-list reduce [attr-name attr-value attr-ns-prefix ] ) ] ] xmlPrefixedAttName: ["xmlns:" copy attr-ns-prefix xmlNCName] xmlDefaultAttName: ["xmlns" (attr-ns-prefix: none)] xmlNCName: [[xmlLetter | #"_"] any xmlNCNameChar] xmlNCNameChar: [xmlLetter | xmlDigit | #"." | #"-" | #"_"] xmlAQName: [ [ copy attr-ns-prefix xmlNCName #":" copy attr-name xmlNCName ] | [ copy attr-name xml10Name (attr-ns-prefix: none) ] ] xmlQName: [ [ copy element-ns-prefix xmlNCName #":" copy element-local-name xmlNCName (element-q-name: copy rejoin [element-ns-prefix ":" element-local-name ] ) ] | [ copy element-local-name xml10Name (element-q-name: element-ns-prefix: "") ] ] ; ; ; Private XML Parser Methods ; convert-character-entity: func [{ Accepts the name reference portion of an entity reference and attempts to return a string containing the actual character referenced by the entity. If the conversion is not successful, the value of none is returned. For example, for the ampersand character this function could accept a entity-ref parameter of either "amp", "#38" or "#x26". } entity-ref [string!] ][ switch/default entity-ref [ "lt" [ return "<" ] "gt" [ return ">" ] "amp" [ return "&" ] "quot" [ return "^"" ] "apos" [ return "'" ] ][ either (first entity-ref) = #"#" [ either (second entity-ref) = #"x" [ to-string to-char to-integer to-issue skip entity-ref 2 ][ to-string to-char to-integer skip entity-ref 1 ] ][ none ] ] ] ; ; ; Public XML Parser Methods ; parse-xml: func [{ Parses XML code and executes an associated event handler during processing. This is a more XML 1.0 compliant parse than the built-in REBOL parse-xml function. } xml-string [string!] /local parse-result ][ ; ; Parse the document and capture the return code from the REBOL ; parse. ; parse-result: parse/case/all xml-string xmlDocument ; ; If the handler doesn't return a specific parse result, then ; return the parse-result we obtained from the REBOL parse. ; either handler/get-parse-result = none [ parse-result ][ handler/get-parse-result ] ] set-parse-handler: func [ arg-handler [object!] ][ handler: arg-handler ] get-parse-handler: does [ handler ] set-namespace-aware: func [{ This function enables the namespace processing of the parser. As a result, the parser will process xmlns attributes and namespace prefixes. The parse-handlers will receive additional namespace specific information. } arg-namespace-aware [logic!] ][ namespace-aware: arg-namespace-aware either arg-namespace-aware [ xmlName: xmlQName xmlAttribute: xmlNSAttribute ][ xmlName: xml10Name xmlAttribute: xml10AttrStrict ] namespace-aware ] get-namespace-aware: does [ namespace-aware ] ] ] parse-xml+: func [{ Parses XML code and returns a tree of blocks. This is a more XML 1.0 compliant parse than the built-in REBOL parse-xml function. } code [string!] "XML code to parse" ][ xml-parse/parser/parse-xml code ] ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; ; ; Some samples... ; ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; comment { TBD }
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