Xmlm — Streaming XML codec for OCaml
Xmlm is a streaming codec to decode and encode the XML data format. It can process XML documents without a complete in-memory representation of the data.
Xmlm is made of a single independent module and distributed under the ISC license.
Home page: http://erratique.ch/software/xmlm
Xmlm can be installed with
opam install xmlm
If you don't use
opam consult the
opam file for build
The documentation and API reference is automatically generated
from the source interfaces. It can be consulted online
odig doc xmlm.
If you installed xmlm with
opam sample programs are located in
opam config var xmlm:doc.
In the distribution sample programs and tests are located in the
test directory of the distribution. They can be built and run
topkg build --tests true && topkg test
xmltrip tool reads XML files with Xmlm and outputs them back in
various ways. It is useful to understand how Xmlm handles
xmltrip -help has more information.
If you need to parse XHTML, the file
test directory has an OCaml list coupling each XHTML character
entity with its corresponding UTF-8 encoded character string. You can
use it to program a suitable entity callback.