[Haskell-cafe] HTML library with DOM?

Gregory Collins greg at gregorycollins.net
Thu Oct 7 04:35:26 EDT 2010

"Edward Z. Yang" <ezyang at MIT.EDU> writes:

> Excerpts from Gregory Collins's message of Wed Oct 06 19:44:44 -0400 2010:
>> I've got the month of October off, and one of the things I've been
>> planning on working on is a compliant HTML5 parser for Haskell --
>> something which is sorely needed! I will ping the list back if/when I
>> get it finished.
> I've heard that some of the existing HTML parsers in Haskell were
> already HTML5 compliant (this topic came up when I was complaining
> that there were some algorithms that you absolutely had to have
> state for, because that was how they were specified.)  I never
> verified this assertion though.

If there's already a library which *correctly* parses html5 documents
into DOM trees, could someone please let me know so I can use it instead
of wasting a bunch of time writing one?


Gregory Collins <greg at gregorycollins.net>

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