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HaXml is a collection of utilities for parsing, transforming, filtering and generating XML documents using Haskell
HaXml is a collection of utilities for parsing, transforming, filtering and generating XML documents using Haskell. Its basic facilities include:
a parser for XML,
a separate error-correcting parser for HTML,
an XML validator,
pretty-printers for XML and HTML.
For processing XML documents, the following components are provided:
Combinators is a combinator library for generic XML document processing, including transformation, editing, and generation.
Haskell2Xml is a replacement class for Haskell's Show/Read classes: it allows you to read and write ordinary Haskell data as XML documents. The DrIFT tool (available from http://repetae.net/~john/computer/haskell/DrIFT/) can automatically derive this class for you.
DtdToHaskell is a tool for translating any valid XML DTD into equivalent Haskell types.
In conjunction with the Xml2Haskell class framework, this allows you to generate, edit, and transform documents as normal typed values in programs, and to read and write them as human-readable XML documents.
Finally, Xtract is a grep-like tool for XML documents, loosely based on the XPath and XQL query languages. It can be used either from the command-line, or within your own code as part of the library.
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