Re: [xml] Greetings and Salutations

On Fri, Nov 14, 2003 at 03:19:28PM -0600, Kurt Schwind wrote:
Just started getting hot/heavy into libxml2.  I had a hand in writing
our own proprietary xml library here 2 years ago.  So I'm familiar with
the XML standards, but I'm still wrapping my head around the libxml2

So pardon my ignorance if this has already been addressed (couldnt' find
it in the back-logs), but:

What program generates  At
least I'm assuming it's a program.  It really needs to use some <br />
tags after each of the function names.  I'm going nearly blind trying to
find (what I hope are) the functions I need to start using libxml2. 

  Well, it's actually generated by XSLT from XML API data :-)
paphio:~/XML/doc -> grep APIfunction *.xsl
api.xsl:    <xsl:document href="APIfunctions.html" method="html" version="4.01"
site.xsl:      <li><a href="APIfunctions.html">Functions/Types</a></li>
paphio:~/XML/doc ->

  I didn't put a <br> to try to pack more links per page :-)
If you really want to generate your own "view" of the API data there
is libxml2-api.xml and libxml2-refs.xml XML descriptions of the API
and of the cross-references , there are automatically generated,
available in the distribution or on-line in and


Daniel Veillard      | Red Hat Network
veillard redhat com  | libxml GNOME XML XSLT toolkit | Rpmfind RPM search engine

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