Re: [xml] LibXML and W3C

On Tue, Mar 12, 2002 at 01:46:09PM +0100, Bart Moelans wrote:

I'm a belgian student and I'm writing an article about XML tools.
One of the tools is LibXML, and there are three things I would like to know:
1)Are there examples of code that are correct according to the
W3C-specifications, but that cannot been put into work with LibXML?

   That question is quite ambiguous. libxml2 implements a number of
specifications (see the list at but it doesn't implement
all of them by far.
   Also you say examples of "code" . XML is a *data* format, so that question
makes very little sense. libxml will handle any conformant XML, well it
should (assuming you don't run into system issues like lack of memory or
   I also don't understand the title of your mail, why " and W3C" ???
2)What would you describe as the options that distinct LibXML from the other
likely tools?

  Written in C, portable, nearly pedantic in its attempts to be conformant
and relatively fast.

3)Can you give references to known applications that use LibXML?

   The GNOME and KDE Unix desktops, read the archives of this list
and the changelogs to see who use and contribute to this library.

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