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+cmake_minimum_required(VERSION 2.4)
+project( nui3 )
+ src/Base/nui.cpp
+ src/Base/nuiAnimation.cpp
+ src/Base/nuiBindingManager.cpp
+ src/Base/nuiBuilder.cpp
+ src/Base/nuiColor.cpp
+ src/Base/nuiCommand.cpp
+ src/Base/nuiCSS.cpp
+ src/Base/nuiDragAndDrop.cpp
+ src/Base/nuiEvent.cpp
+ src/Base/nuiFlags.cpp
+ src/Base/nuiFont.cpp
+ src/Base/nuiFontBase.cpp
+ src/Base/nuiFontManager.cpp
+ src/Base/nuiGladeLoader.cpp
+ src/Base/nuiHotKey.cpp
+ src/Base/nuiInit.cpp
+ src/Base/nuiMessageQueue.cpp
+ src/Base/nuiNativeResource.cpp
+ src/Base/nuiNotification.cpp
+ src/Base/nuiObject.cpp
+ src/Base/nuiProperty.cpp
+ src/Base/nuiRange.cpp
+ src/Base/nuiRect.cpp
+ src/Base/nuiSignalsSlots.cpp
+ src/Base/nuiTheme.cpp
+ src/Base/nuiTimer.cpp
+ src/Base/nuiTree.cpp
+ src/Base/nuiXML.cpp
+ src/Base/nuiHTML.cpp
+ src/Text/nuiEditLine.cpp
+ src/Text/nuiEditText.cpp
+ src/Text/nuiFormatedLabel.cpp
+ src/Text/nuiFormater.cpp
+ src/Text/nuiLabel.cpp
+ src/Text/nuiLabelAttribute.cpp
+ src/Text/nuiSpinnerLabel.cpp
+ src/Text/nuiText.cpp
+ src/Renderers/AAPrimitives.cpp
+ src/Renderers/nuiArc.cpp
+ src/Renderers/nuiContour.cpp
+ src/Renderers/nuiD3DPainter.cpp
+ src/Renderers/nuiDrawContext.cpp
+ src/Renderers/nuiGLPainter.cpp
+ src/Renderers/nuiGradient.cpp
+ src/Renderers/nuiMetaPainter.cpp
+ src/Renderers/nuiOutliner.cpp
+ src/Renderers/nuiPainter.cpp
+ src/Renderers/nuiPath.cpp
+ src/Renderers/nuiPathGenerator.cpp
+ src/Renderers/nuiPathOptimizer.cpp
+ src/Renderers/nuiPoint.cpp
+ src/Renderers/nuiPolyLine.cpp
+ src/Renderers/nuiRectPath.cpp
+ src/Renderers/nuiRenderArray.cpp
+ src/Renderers/nuiRenderState.cpp
+ src/Renderers/nuiShader.cpp
+ src/Renderers/nuiShape.cpp
+ src/Renderers/nuiSoftwarePainter.cpp
+ src/Renderers/nuiSpline.cpp
+ src/Renderers/nuiSVGShape.cpp
+ src/Renderers/nuiTessellator.cpp
+ src/Renderers/nuiTexture.cpp
+ src/Renderers/nuiTextureHelpers.cpp
+ src/WidgetTree/nuiContainer.cpp
+ src/WidgetTree/nuiMainWindow.cpp
+ src/WidgetTree/nuiSimpleContainer.cpp
+ src/WidgetTree/nuiTopLevel.cpp
+ src/WidgetTree/nuiWidget.cpp
+ src/WidgetTree/nuiWidgetAnimation.cpp
+ src/WidgetTree/nuiWindowManager.cpp
+ src/SimpleWidgets/nuiButton.cpp
+ src/SimpleWidgets/nuiColorSelector.cpp
+ src/SimpleWidgets/nuiComboBox.cpp
+ src/SimpleWidgets/nuiFontBrowser.cpp
+ src/SimpleWidgets/nuiFileList.cpp
+ src/SimpleWidgets/nuiFileSelector.cpp
+ src/SimpleWidgets/nuiFileTable.cpp
+ src/SimpleWidgets/nuiFrameView.cpp
+ src/SimpleWidgets/nuiHoverDummy.cpp
+ src/SimpleWidgets/nuiImage.cpp
+ src/SimpleWidgets/nuiImageDropZone.cpp
+ src/SimpleWidgets/nuiKnob.cpp
+ src/SimpleWidgets/nuiMesh.cpp
+ src/SimpleWidgets/nuiMeshEngine.cpp
+ src/SimpleWidgets/nuiOffscreenView.cpp
+ src/SimpleWidgets/nuiProgress.cpp
+ src/SimpleWidgets/nuiRadioButton.cpp
+ src/SimpleWidgets/nuiRadioButtonGroup.cpp
+ src/SimpleWidgets/nuiRectView.cpp
+ src/SimpleWidgets/nuiScrollBar.cpp
+ src/SimpleWidgets/nuiSeparator.cpp
+ src/SimpleWidgets/nuiShaderView.cpp
+ src/SimpleWidgets/nuiShapeView.cpp
+ src/SimpleWidgets/nuiSlider.cpp
+ src/SimpleWidgets/nuiSplineEdit.cpp
+ src/SimpleWidgets/nuiStateDummy.cpp
+ src/SimpleWidgets/nuiSVGView.cpp
+ src/SimpleWidgets/nuiSWF.cpp
+ src/SimpleWidgets/nuiTabBar.cpp
+ src/SimpleWidgets/nuiToggleButton.cpp
+ src/SimpleWidgets/nuiZoomBar.cpp
+ src/TreeViews/nuiColumnTreeView.cpp
+ src/TreeViews/nuiPopupTree.cpp
+ src/TreeViews/nuiTreeView.cpp
+ src/Layout/nuiAnimView.cpp
+ src/Layout/nuiDialog.cpp
+ src/Layout/nuiFixed.cpp
+ src/Layout/nuiFolderPane.cpp
+ src/Layout/nuiGrid.cpp
+ src/Layout/nuiHBox.cpp
+ src/Layout/nuiList.cpp
+ src/Layout/nuiMatrixView.cpp
+ src/Layout/nuiModalContainer.cpp
+ src/Layout/nuiMessageBox
+ src/Layout/nuiPane.cpp
+ src/Layout/nuiPopupView.cpp
+ src/Layout/nuiPositioner.cpp
+ src/Layout/nuiScrollView.cpp
+ src/Layout/nuiSplitter.cpp
+ src/Layout/nuiTable.cpp
+ src/Layout/nuiTabView.cpp
+ src/Layout/nuiTitledPane.cpp
+ src/Layout/nuiUserArea.cpp
+ src/Layout/nuiVBox.cpp
+ src/Layout/nuiWidgetBox.cpp
+ src/Layout/nuiWindow.cpp
+ src/Layout/nuiZoomView.cpp
+ src/Audio/nuiAudioConvert.cpp
+ src/Audio/nuiAudioDevice.cpp
+ src/Audio/nuiAudioFifo.cpp
+ src/Attributes/nuiAttribute.cpp
+ src/Attributes/nuiRangeAttributeEditor.cpp
+ src/Attributes/nuiSizeAttributeEditor
+ src/Attributes/nuiAttributeEditor.cpp
+ src/Attributes/nuiBooleanAttributeEditor.cpp
+ src/Attributes/nuiBorderAttributeEditor.cpp
+ src/Attributes/nuiColorAttributeEditor.cpp
+ src/Attributes/nuiPathAttributeEditor.cpp
+ src/Attributes/nuiPercentAttributeEditor.cpp
+ src/Attributes/nuiPointAttributeEditor.cpp
+ src/Attributes/nuiRectAttributeEditor.cpp
+ src/Attributes/nuiStringAttributeEditor.cpp
+ src/Decorations/nuiDecoration.cpp
+ src/Decorations/nuiBorderDecoration.cpp
+ src/Decorations/nuiTreeHandleDecoration.cpp
+ src/Decorations/nuiFrame.cpp
+ src/Decorations/nuiGradientDecoration.cpp
+ src/Decorations/nuiMetaDecoration.cpp
+ src/Decorations/nuiStateDecoration.cpp
+ src/Decorations/nuiColorDecoration.cpp
+ src/Utils/nuiCSV.cpp
+ src/String/nglString.cpp
+ src/String/nglStringConv_iconv.cpp
+ src/String/nglUTFStringConv.cpp
+ src/String/ConvertUTF.cpp
+ src/Math/nglMath.cpp
+ src/Stream/nglIFile.cpp
+ src/Stream/nglIMemory.cpp
+ src/Stream/nglIOFile.cpp
+ src/Stream/nglIStream.cpp
+ src/Stream/nglIZip.cpp
+ src/Stream/nglOFile.cpp
+ src/Stream/nglOMemory.cpp
+ src/Stream/nglOStream.cpp
+ src/Stream/nglStream.cpp
+ src/Stream/nglZipFS.cpp
+ src/Stream/Zip/ioapi.c
+ src/Stream/Zip/unzip.c
+ src/Stream/Zip/zip.c
+ src/Image/nglBitmapTools.cpp
+ src/Image/nglImage.cpp
+ src/Image/nglImageCodec.cpp
+ src/Image/nglImageJPEGCodec.cpp
+ src/Image/nglImagePNGCodec.cpp
+ src/Image/nglImagePPMCodec.cpp
+ src/Image/nglImageTGACodec.cpp
+ src/File/nglFile.cpp
+ src/File/nglNativeVolume.cpp
+ src/File/nglPath.cpp
+ src/File/nglVolume.cpp
+ src/File/nuiNativeResourceVolume.cpp
+ src/Font/ngl_default_font.cpp
+ src/Font/nglFont.cpp
+ src/Font/nglFontBase.cpp
+ src/Font/nglFontCache.cpp
+ src/Font/nglFontInstance.cpp
+ src/Font/nglFontLayout.cpp
+ src/Font/nglFontTexCache.cpp
+ src/Time/nglTime.cpp
+ src/Time/nglTimer.cpp
+ src/Application/nglApplication.cpp
+ src/Application/nglClipBoard.cpp
+ src/Application/nglConsole.cpp
+ src/Application/nglCPUInfo.cpp
+ src/Application/nglCPUInfo_x86.cpp
+ src/Application/nglDataObjects.cpp
+ src/Application/nglDataTypesRegistry.cpp
+ src/Application/nglDragAndDropObjects.cpp
+ src/Application/nglKernel.cpp
+ src/Application/nglLog.cpp
+ src/Application/nglMimeSource.cpp
+ src/Application/nglModule.cpp
+ src/Window/glext/ngl_glext_table.cpp
+ src/Window/nglContext.cpp
+ src/Window/nglDeviceInfo.cpp
+ src/Window/nglInputDevice.cpp
+ src/Window/nglInputDeviceInstance.cpp
+ src/Window/nglKeyboard.cpp
+ src/Window/nglVideoMode.cpp
+ src/Window/nglWindow.cpp
+ src/Utils/ngl3DSLoader.cpp
+ src/Utils/nglError.cpp
+ src/Threading/nglThread.cpp
+ src/Threading/nglLock.cpp
+ src/Threading/nglLightLock.cpp
+ src/Threading/nglThreadChecker.cpp
+ src/Net/nuiHTTP.cpp
+ src/Introspector/nuiFontInspector.cpp
+ src/Introspector/nuiIntrospector.cpp
+ src/Introspector/nuiThreadInspector.cpp
+ src/Introspector/nuiWidgetInspector.cpp
+ deps/freetype2/include
+ deps/agg/include
+ deps/gameswf
+ deps/harfbuzz
+ deps/tidy
+ include
+ src/Stream/Zip
+ .
+ -D_LIB
+IF (${LINUX})
+MESSAGE("Linux Build")
+add_definitions( -D__LINUX__ )
+ src/Time/Unix/nglTimer_Unix.cpp
+ src/Application/Unix/nglApplication_Unix.cpp
+ src/Application/Unix/nglClipBoard_Unix.cpp
+ src/Application/Unix/nglConsole_Unix.cpp
+ src/Application/Unix/nglKernel_Unix.cpp
+ src/Application/Unix/nglModule_Unix.cpp
+ src/Window/Unix/nglContext_Unix.cpp
+ src/Window/Unix/nglEvent_Unix.cpp
+ src/Window/Unix/nglInputDevice_Unix.cpp
+ src/Window/Unix/nglInputDevice_Linux.cpp
+ src/Window/Unix/nglVideoMode_Unix.cpp
+ src/Window/Unix/nglWindow_Unix.cpp
+ src/Threading/posix/nglCriticalSection_posix.cpp
+ src/Threading/posix/nglSyncEvent_posix.cpp
+ src/Threading/posix/nglThread_posix.cpp
+ src/Net/Unix/nuiHTTP_Unix.cpp
+ # src/File/Unix/nglFile_Unix.cpp
+ src/File/Unix/nglPath_Unix.cpp
+#should be inside of and IF -> debug
+ -O0
+ -g
+INSTALL(DIRECTORY examples/data DESTINATION /usr/share/nuitest)
+add_definitions( -DWIN32 -DNGL_USE_WIN32_MMTIMER)
+ src/Time/Unix/nglTimer_WinXX.cpp
+ src/Application/WinX/ngl.cpp
+ src/Application/WinX/nglDataObjects_WinXX.cpp
+ src/Application/WinX/nglExceptionTrace_WinXX.cpp
+ src/Application/WinX/nglLog_WinXX.cpp
+ src/Application/WinX/nglMimeSource_WinXX.cpp
+ src/Application/WinX/nglPlugin_WinXX.cpp
+ src/Application/Win/nglApplication_WinXX.cpp
+ src/Application/Win/nglClipBoard_WinXX.cpp
+ src/Application/Win/nglConsole_WinXX.cpp
+ src/Application/Win/nglKernel_WinXX.cpp
+ src/Application/WinX/nglModule_WinXX.cpp
+ src/Window/Win/nglContext_WinXX.cpp
+ src/Window/Win/nglEvent_WinXX.cpp
+ src/Window/Win/nglInputDevice_WinXX.cpp
+ src/Window/Win/nglInputDevice_DirectX.cpp
+ src/Window/Win/nglVideoMode_WinXX.cpp
+ src/Window/Win/nglWindow_WinXX.cpp
+ src/Threading/win32/nglCriticalSection_win32.cpp
+ src/Threading/win32/nglSyncEvent_win32.cpp
+ src/Threading/win32/nglThread_win32.cpp
+ src/Net/Win/nuiHTTP_WinXX.cpp
+add_library( nui3 STATIC ${SOURCES} )
+target_link_libraries(nui3 gameswf tidy ${EXPAT_LIBRARIES} ${JPEG_LIBRARIES} ${PNG_LIBRARIES})
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+ add_subdirectory (expat)
+add_subdirectory (gameswf)
+add_subdirectory (harfbuzz)
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+Copyright (c) 1998, 1999, 2000 Thai Open Source Software Center Ltd
+ and Clark Cooper
+Copyright (c) 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 Expat maintainers.
+Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining
+a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the
+"Software"), to deal in the Software without restriction, including
+without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish,
+distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to
+permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to
+the following conditions:
+The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included
+in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.
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+<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN"
+ "">
+<!-- Copyright 1999,2000 Clark Cooper <>
+ All rights reserved.
+ This is free software. You may distribute or modify according to
+ the terms of the MIT/X License -->
+ <title>Expat XML Parser</title>
+ <meta name="author" content="Clark Cooper," />
+ <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css" />
+ <link href="style.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" />
+ <table cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" width="100%">
+ <tr>
+ <td class="corner"><img src="expat.png" alt="(Expat logo)" /></td>
+ <td class="banner"><h1>The Expat XML Parser</h1></td>
+ </tr>
+ <tr>
+ <td class="releaseno">Release 2.0.1</td>
+ <td></td>
+ </tr>
+ </table>
+<div class="content">
+<p>Expat is a library, written in C, for parsing XML documents. It's
+the underlying XML parser for the open source Mozilla project, Perl's
+<code>XML::Parser</code>, Python's <code>xml.parsers.expat</code>, and
+other open-source XML parsers.</p>
+<p>This library is the creation of James Clark, who's also given us
+groff (an nroff look-alike), Jade (an implemention of ISO's DSSSL
+stylesheet language for SGML), XP (a Java XML parser package), XT (a
+Java XSL engine). James was also the technical lead on the XML
+Working Group at W3C that produced the XML specification.</p>
+<p>This is free software, licensed under the <a
+href="../COPYING">MIT/X Consortium license</a>. You may download it
+from <a href="">the Expat home page</a>.
+<p>The bulk of this document was originally commissioned as an article
+by <a href=""></a>. They graciously allowed
+Clark Cooper to retain copyright and to distribute it with Expat.
+This version has been substantially extended to include documentation
+on features which have been added since the original article was
+published, and additional information on using the original
+<hr />
+<h2>Table of Contents</h2>
+ <li><a href="#overview">Overview</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#building">Building and Installing</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#using">Using Expat</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#reference">Reference</a>
+ <ul>
+ <li><a href="#creation">Parser Creation Functions</a>
+ <ul>
+ <li><a href="#XML_ParserCreate">XML_ParserCreate</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_ParserCreateNS">XML_ParserCreateNS</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_ParserCreate_MM">XML_ParserCreate_MM</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_ExternalEntityParserCreate">XML_ExternalEntityParserCreate</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_ParserFree">XML_ParserFree</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_ParserReset">XML_ParserReset</a></li>
+ </ul>
+ </li>
+ <li><a href="#parsing">Parsing Functions</a>
+ <ul>
+ <li><a href="#XML_Parse">XML_Parse</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_ParseBuffer">XML_ParseBuffer</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_GetBuffer">XML_GetBuffer</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_StopParser">XML_StopParser</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_ResumeParser">XML_ResumeParser</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_GetParsingStatus">XML_GetParsingStatus</a></li>
+ </ul>
+ </li>
+ <li><a href="#setting">Handler Setting Functions</a>
+ <ul>
+ <li><a href="#XML_SetStartElementHandler">XML_SetStartElementHandler</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_SetEndElementHandler">XML_SetEndElementHandler</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_SetElementHandler">XML_SetElementHandler</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_SetCharacterDataHandler">XML_SetCharacterDataHandler</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_SetProcessingInstructionHandler">XML_SetProcessingInstructionHandler</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_SetCommentHandler">XML_SetCommentHandler</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_SetStartCdataSectionHandler">XML_SetStartCdataSectionHandler</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_SetEndCdataSectionHandler">XML_SetEndCdataSectionHandler</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_SetCdataSectionHandler">XML_SetCdataSectionHandler</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_SetDefaultHandler">XML_SetDefaultHandler</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_SetDefaultHandlerExpand">XML_SetDefaultHandlerExpand</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_SetExternalEntityRefHandler">XML_SetExternalEntityRefHandler</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_SetExternalEntityRefHandlerArg">XML_SetExternalEntityRefHandlerArg</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_SetSkippedEntityHandler">XML_SetSkippedEntityHandler</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_SetUnknownEncodingHandler">XML_SetUnknownEncodingHandler</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_SetStartNamespaceDeclHandler">XML_SetStartNamespaceDeclHandler</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_SetEndNamespaceDeclHandler">XML_SetEndNamespaceDeclHandler</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_SetNamespaceDeclHandler">XML_SetNamespaceDeclHandler</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_SetXmlDeclHandler">XML_SetXmlDeclHandler</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_SetStartDoctypeDeclHandler">XML_SetStartDoctypeDeclHandler</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_SetEndDoctypeDeclHandler">XML_SetEndDoctypeDeclHandler</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_SetDoctypeDeclHandler">XML_SetDoctypeDeclHandler</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_SetElementDeclHandler">XML_SetElementDeclHandler</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_SetAttlistDeclHandler">XML_SetAttlistDeclHandler</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_SetEntityDeclHandler">XML_SetEntityDeclHandler</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_SetUnparsedEntityDeclHandler">XML_SetUnparsedEntityDeclHandler</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_SetNotationDeclHandler">XML_SetNotationDeclHandler</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_SetNotStandaloneHandler">XML_SetNotStandaloneHandler</a></li>
+ </ul>
+ </li>
+ <li><a href="#position">Parse Position and Error Reporting Functions</a>
+ <ul>
+ <li><a href="#XML_GetErrorCode">XML_GetErrorCode</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_ErrorString">XML_ErrorString</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_GetCurrentByteIndex">XML_GetCurrentByteIndex</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_GetCurrentLineNumber">XML_GetCurrentLineNumber</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_GetCurrentColumnNumber">XML_GetCurrentColumnNumber</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_GetCurrentByteCount">XML_GetCurrentByteCount</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_GetInputContext">XML_GetInputContext</a></li>
+ </ul>
+ </li>
+ <li><a href="#miscellaneous">Miscellaneous Functions</a>
+ <ul>
+ <li><a href="#XML_SetUserData">XML_SetUserData</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_GetUserData">XML_GetUserData</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_UseParserAsHandlerArg">XML_UseParserAsHandlerArg</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_SetBase">XML_SetBase</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_GetBase">XML_GetBase</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_GetSpecifiedAttributeCount">XML_GetSpecifiedAttributeCount</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_GetIdAttributeIndex">XML_GetIdAttributeIndex</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_SetEncoding">XML_SetEncoding</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_SetParamEntityParsing">XML_SetParamEntityParsing</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_UseForeignDTD">XML_UseForeignDTD</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_SetReturnNSTriplet">XML_SetReturnNSTriplet</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_DefaultCurrent">XML_DefaultCurrent</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_ExpatVersion">XML_ExpatVersion</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_ExpatVersionInfo">XML_ExpatVersionInfo</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_GetFeatureList">XML_GetFeatureList</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_FreeContentModel">XML_FreeContentModel</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_MemMalloc">XML_MemMalloc</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_MemRealloc">XML_MemRealloc</a></li>
+ <li><a href="#XML_MemFree">XML_MemFree</a></li>
+ </ul>
+ </li>
+ </ul>
+ </li>
+<hr />
+<h2><a name="overview">Overview</a></h2>
+<p>Expat is a stream-oriented parser. You register callback (or
+handler) functions with the parser and then start feeding it the
+document. As the parser recognizes parts of the document, it will
+call the appropriate handler for that part (if you've registered one.)
+The document is fed to the parser in pieces, so you can start parsing
+before you have all the document. This also allows you to parse really
+huge documents that won't fit into memory.</p>
+<p>Expat can be intimidating due to the many kinds of handlers and
+options you can set. But you only need to learn four functions in
+order to do 90% of what you'll want to do with it:</p>
+<dt><code><a href= "#XML_ParserCreate"
+ >XML_ParserCreate</a></code></dt>
+ <dd>Create a new parser object.</dd>
+<dt><code><a href= "#XML_SetElementHandler"
+ >XML_SetElementHandler</a></code></dt>
+ <dd>Set handlers for start and end tags.</dd>
+<dt><code><a href= "#XML_SetCharacterDataHandler"
+ >XML_SetCharacterDataHandler</a></code></dt>
+ <dd>Set handler for text.</dd>
+<dt><code><a href= "#XML_Parse"
+ >XML_Parse</a></code></dt>
+ <dd>Pass a buffer full of document to the parser</dd>
+<p>These functions and others are described in the <a
+href="#reference">reference</a> part of this document. The reference
+section also describes in detail the parameters passed to the
+different types of handlers.</p>
+<p>Let's look at a very simple example program that only uses 3 of the
+above functions (it doesn't need to set a character handler.) The
+program <a href="../examples/outline.c">outline.c</a> prints an
+element outline, indenting child elements to distinguish them from the
+parent element that contains them. The start handler does all the
+work. It prints two indenting spaces for every level of ancestor
+elements, then it prints the element and attribute
+information. Finally it increments the global <code>Depth</code>
+<pre class="eg">
+int Depth;
+start(void *data, const char *el, const char **attr) {
+ int i;
+ for (i = 0; i &lt; Depth; i++)
+ printf(" ");
+ printf("%s", el);
+ for (i = 0; attr[i]; i += 2) {
+ printf(" %s='%s'", attr[i], attr[i + 1]);
+ }
+ printf("\n");
+ Depth++;
+} /* End of start handler */
+<p>The end tag simply does the bookkeeping work of decrementing
+<pre class="eg">
+end(void *data, const char *el) {
+ Depth--;
+} /* End of end handler */
+<p>Note the <code>XMLCALL</code> annotation used for the callbacks.
+This is used to ensure that the Expat and the callbacks are using the
+same calling convention in case the compiler options used for Expat
+itself and the client code are different. Expat tries not to care
+what the default calling convention is, though it may require that it
+be compiled with a default convention of "cdecl" on some platforms.
+For code which uses Expat, however, the calling convention is
+specified by the <code>XMLCALL</code> annotation on most platforms;
+callbacks should be defined using this annotation.</p>
+<p>The <code>XMLCALL</code> annotation was added in Expat 1.95.7, but
+existing working Expat applications don't need to add it (since they
+are already using the "cdecl" calling convention, or they wouldn't be
+working). The annotation is only needed if the default calling
+convention may be something other than "cdecl". To use the annotation
+safely with older versions of Expat, you can conditionally define it
+<em>after</em> including Expat's header file:</p>
+<pre class="eg">
+#include &lt;expat.h&gt;
+#ifndef XMLCALL
+#if defined(_MSC_EXTENSIONS) &amp;&amp; !defined(__BEOS__) &amp;&amp; !defined(__CYGWIN__)
+#define XMLCALL __cdecl
+#elif defined(__GNUC__)
+#define XMLCALL __attribute__((cdecl))
+#define XMLCALL
+<p>After creating the parser, the main program just has the job of
+shoveling the document to the parser so that it can do its work.</p>
+<hr />
+<h2><a name="building">Building and Installing Expat</a></h2>
+<p>The Expat distribution comes as a compressed (with GNU gzip) tar
+file. You may download the latest version from <a href=
+"" >Source Forge</a>. After
+unpacking this, cd into the directory. Then follow either the Win32
+directions or Unix directions below.</p>
+<h3>Building under Win32</h3>
+<p>If you're using the GNU compiler under cygwin, follow the Unix
+directions in the next section. Otherwise if you have Microsoft's
+Developer Studio installed, then from Windows Explorer double-click on
+"expat.dsp" in the lib directory and build and install in the usual
+<p>Alternatively, you may download the Win32 binary package that
+contains the "expat.h" include file and a pre-built DLL.</p>
+<h3>Building under Unix (or GNU)</h3>
+<p>First you'll need to run the configure shell script in order to
+configure the Makefiles and headers for your system.</p>
+<p>If you're happy with all the defaults that configure picks for you,
+and you have permission on your system to install into /usr/local, you
+can install Expat with this sequence of commands:</p>
+<pre class="eg">
+make install
+<p>There are some options that you can provide to this script, but the
+only one we'll mention here is the <code>--prefix</code> option. You
+can find out all the options available by running configure with just
+the <code>--help</code> option.</p>
+<p>By default, the configure script sets things up so that the library
+gets installed in <code>/usr/local/lib</code> and the associated
+header file in <code>/usr/local/include</code>. But if you were to
+give the option, <code>--prefix=/home/me/mystuff</code>, then the
+library and header would get installed in
+<code>/home/me/mystuff/lib</code> and
+<code>/home/me/mystuff/include</code> respectively.</p>
+<h3>Configuring Expat Using the Pre-Processor</h3>
+<p>Expat's feature set can be configured using a small number of
+pre-processor definitions. The definition of this symbols does not
+affect the set of entry points for Expat, only the behavior of the API
+and the definition of character types in the case of
+<code>XML_UNICODE_WCHAR_T</code>. The symbols are:</p>
+<dl class="cpp-symbols">
+<dd>Include support for using and reporting DTD-based content. If
+this is defined, default attribute values from an external DTD subset
+are reported and attribute value normalization occurs based on the
+type of attributes defined in the external subset. Without
+this, Expat has a smaller memory footprint and can be faster, but will
+not load external entities or process conditional sections. This does
+not affect the set of functions available in the API.</dd>
+<dd>When defined, support for the <cite><a href=
+"" >Namespaces in XML</a></cite>
+specification is included.</dd>
+<dd>When defined, character data reported to the application is
+encoded in UTF-16 using wide characters of the type
+<code>XML_Char</code>. This is implied if
+<code>XML_UNICODE_WCHAR_T</code> is defined.</dd>
+<dd>If defined, causes the <code>XML_Char</code> character type to be
+defined using the <code>wchar_t</code> type; otherwise, <code>unsigned
+short</code> is used. Defining this implies
+<dd>If defined, causes the <code>XML_Size</code> and <code>XML_Index</code>
+integer types to be at least 64 bits in size. This is intended to support
+processing of very large input streams, where the return values of
+<code><a href="#XML_GetCurrentByteIndex" >XML_GetCurrentByteIndex</a></code>,
+<code><a href="#XML_GetCurrentLineNumber" >XML_GetCurrentLineNumber</a></code> and
+<code><a href="#XML_GetCurrentColumnNumber" >XML_GetCurrentColumnNumber</a></code>
+could overflow. It may not be supported by all compilers, and is turned
+off by default.</dd>
+<dd>The number of input bytes of markup context which the parser will
+ensure are available for reporting via <code><a href=
+"#XML_GetInputContext" >XML_GetInputContext</a></code>. This is
+normally set to 1024, and must be set to a positive interger. If this
+is not defined, the input context will not be available and <code><a
+href= "#XML_GetInputContext" >XML_GetInputContext</a></code> will
+always report NULL. Without this, Expat has a smaller memory
+footprint and can be faster.</dd>
+<dd>On Windows, this should be set if Expat is going to be linked
+statically with the code that calls it; this is required to get all
+the right MSVC magic annotations correct. This is ignored on other
+<hr />
+<h2><a name="using">Using Expat</a></h2>
+<h3>Compiling and Linking Against Expat</h3>
+<p>Unless you installed Expat in a location not expected by your
+compiler and linker, all you have to do to use Expat in your programs
+is to include the Expat header (<code>#include &lt;expat.h&gt;</code>)
+in your files that make calls to it and to tell the linker that it
+needs to link against the Expat library. On Unix systems, this would
+usually be done with the <code>-lexpat</code> argument. Otherwise,
+you'll need to tell the compiler where to look for the Expat header
+and the linker where to find the Expat library. You may also need to
+take steps to tell the operating system where to find this library at
+run time.</p>
+<p>On a Unix-based system, here's what a Makefile might look like when
+Expat is installed in a standard location:</p>
+<pre class="eg">
+LIBS= -lexpat
+xmlapp: xmlapp.o
+ $(CC) $(LDFLAGS) -o xmlapp xmlapp.o $(LIBS)
+<p>If you installed Expat in, say, <code>/home/me/mystuff</code>, then
+the Makefile would look like this:</p>
+<pre class="eg">
+CFLAGS= -I/home/me/mystuff/include
+LIBS= -L/home/me/mystuff/lib -lexpat
+xmlapp: xmlapp.o
+ $(CC) $(LDFLAGS) -o xmlapp xmlapp.o $(LIBS)
+<p>You'd also have to set the environment variable
+<code>LD_LIBRARY_PATH</code> to <code>/home/me/mystuff/lib</code> (or
+to <code>${LD_LIBRARY_PATH}:/home/me/mystuff/lib</code> if
+LD_LIBRARY_PATH already has some directories in it) in order to run
+your application.</p>
+<h3>Expat Basics</h3>
+<p>As we saw in the example in the overview, the first step in parsing
+an XML document with Expat is to create a parser object. There are <a
+href="#creation">three functions</a> in the Expat API for creating a
+parser object. However, only two of these (<code><a href=
+"#XML_ParserCreate" >XML_ParserCreate</a></code> and <code><a href=
+"#XML_ParserCreateNS" >XML_ParserCreateNS</a></code>) can be used for
+constructing a parser for a top-level document. The object returned
+by these functions is an opaque pointer (i.e. "expat.h" declares it as
+void *) to data with further internal structure. In order to free the
+memory associated with this object you must call <code><a href=
+"#XML_ParserFree" >XML_ParserFree</a></code>. Note that if you have
+provided any <a href="#userdata">user data</a> that gets stored in the
+parser, then your application is responsible for freeing it prior to
+calling <code>XML_ParserFree</code>.</p>
+<p>The objects returned by the parser creation functions are good for
+parsing only one XML document or external parsed entity. If your
+application needs to parse many XML documents, then it needs to create
+a parser object for each one. The best way to deal with this is to
+create a higher level object that contains all the default
+initialization you want for your parser objects.</p>
+<p>Walking through a document hierarchy with a stream oriented parser
+will require a good stack mechanism in order to keep track of current
+context. For instance, to answer the simple question, "What element
+does this text belong to?" requires a stack, since the parser may have
+descended into other elements that are children of the current one and
+has encountered this text on the way out.</p>
+<p>The things you're likely to want to keep on a stack are the
+currently opened element and it's attributes. You push this
+information onto the stack in the start handler and you pop it off in
+the end handler.</p>
+<p>For some tasks, it is sufficient to just keep information on what
+the depth of the stack is (or would be if you had one.) The outline
+program shown above presents one example. Another such task would be
+skipping over a complete element. When you see the start tag for the
+element you want to skip, you set a skip flag and record the depth at
+which the element started. When the end tag handler encounters the
+same depth, the skipped element has ended and the flag may be
+cleared. If you follow the convention that the root element starts at
+1, then you can use the same variable for skip flag and skip
+<pre class="eg">
+init_info(Parseinfo *info) {
+ info->skip = 0;
+ info->depth = 1;
+ /* Other initializations here */
+} /* End of init_info */
+rawstart(void *data, const char *el, const char **attr) {
+ Parseinfo *inf = (Parseinfo *) data;
+ if (! inf->skip) {
+ if (should_skip(inf, el, attr)) {
+ inf->skip = inf->depth;
+ }
+ else
+ start(inf, el, attr); /* This does rest of start handling */
+ }
+ inf->depth++;
+} /* End of rawstart */
+rawend(void *data, const char *el) {
+ Parseinfo *inf = (Parseinfo *) data;
+ inf->depth--;
+ if (! inf->skip)
+ end(inf, el); /* This does rest of end handling */
+ if (inf->skip == inf->depth)
+ inf->skip = 0;
+} /* End rawend */
+<p>Notice in the above example the difference in how depth is
+manipulated in the start and end handlers. The end tag handler should
+be the mirror image of the start tag handler. This is necessary to
+properly model containment. Since, in the start tag handler, we
+incremented depth <em>after</em> the main body of start tag code, then
+in the end handler, we need to manipulate it <em>before</em> the main
+body. If we'd decided to increment it first thing in the start
+handler, then we'd have had to decrement it last thing in the end
+<h3 id="userdata">Communicating between handlers</h3>
+<p>In order to be able to pass information between different handlers
+without using globals, you'll need to define a data structure to hold
+the shared variables. You can then tell Expat (with the <code><a href=
+"#XML_SetUserData" >XML_SetUserData</a></code> function) to pass a
+pointer to this structure to the handlers. This is the first
+argument received by most handlers. In the <a href="#reference"
+>reference section</a>, an argument to a callback function is named
+<code>userData</code> and have type <code>void *</code> if the user
+data is passed; it will have the type <code>XML_Parser</code> if the
+parser itself is passed. When the parser is passed, the user data may
+be retrieved using <code><a href="#XML_GetUserData"
+<p>One common case where multiple calls to a single handler may need
+to communicate using an application data structure is the case when
+content passed to the character data handler (set by <code><a href=
+>XML_SetCharacterDataHandler</a></code>) needs to be accumulated. A
+common first-time mistake with any of the event-oriented interfaces to
+an XML parser is to expect all the text contained in an element to be
+reported by a single call to the character data handler. Expat, like
+many other XML parsers, reports such data as a sequence of calls;
+there's no way to know when the end of the sequence is reached until a
+different callback is made. A buffer referenced by the user data
+structure proves both an effective and convenient place to accumulate
+character data.</p>
+<!-- XXX example needed here -->
+<h3>XML Version</h3>
+<p>Expat is an XML 1.0 parser, and as such never complains based on
+the value of the <code>version</code> pseudo-attribute in the XML
+declaration, if present.</p>
+<p>If an application needs to check the version number (to support
+alternate processing), it should use the <code><a href=
+"#XML_SetXmlDeclHandler" >XML_SetXmlDeclHandler</a></code> function to
+set a handler that uses the information in the XML declaration to
+determine what to do. This example shows how to check that only a
+version number of <code>"1.0"</code> is accepted:</p>
+<pre class="eg">
+static int wrong_version;
+static XML_Parser parser;
+static void XMLCALL
+xmldecl_handler(void *userData,
+ const XML_Char *version,
+ const XML_Char *encoding,
+ int standalone)
+ static const XML_Char Version_1_0[] = {'1', '.', '0', 0};
+ int i;
+ for (i = 0; i &lt; (sizeof(Version_1_0) / sizeof(Version_1_0[0])); ++i) {
+ if (version[i] != Version_1_0[i]) {
+ wrong_version = 1;
+ /* also clear all other handlers: */
+ XML_SetCharacterDataHandler(parser, NULL);
+ ...
+ return;
+ }
+ }
+ ...
+<h3>Namespace Processing</h3>
+<p>When the parser is created using the <code><a href=
+"#XML_ParserCreateNS" >XML_ParserCreateNS</a></code>, function, Expat
+performs namespace processing. Under namespace processing, Expat
+consumes <code>xmlns</code> and <code>xmlns:...</code> attributes,
+which declare namespaces for the scope of the element in which they
+occur. This means that your start handler will not see these
+attributes. Your application can still be informed of these
+declarations by setting namespace declaration handlers with <a href=
+<p>Element type and attribute names that belong to a given namespace
+are passed to the appropriate handler in expanded form. By default
+this expanded form is a concatenation of the namespace URI, the
+separator character (which is the 2nd argument to <code><a href=
+"#XML_ParserCreateNS" >XML_ParserCreateNS</a></code>), and the local
+name (i.e. the part after the colon). Names with undeclared prefixes
+are not well-formed when namespace processing is enabled, and will
+trigger an error. Unprefixed attribute names are never expanded,
+and unprefixed element names are only expanded when they are in the
+scope of a default namespace.</p>
+<p>However if <code><a href= "#XML_SetReturnNSTriplet"
+>XML_SetReturnNSTriplet</a></code> has been called with a non-zero
+<code>do_nst</code> parameter, then the expanded form for names with
+an explicit prefix is a concatenation of: URI, separator, local name,
+separator, prefix.</p>
+<p>You can set handlers for the start of a namespace declaration and
+for the end of a scope of a declaration with the <code><a href=
+"#XML_SetNamespaceDeclHandler" >XML_SetNamespaceDeclHandler</a></code>
+function. The StartNamespaceDeclHandler is called prior to the start
+tag handler and the EndNamespaceDeclHandler is called after the
+corresponding end tag that ends the namespace's scope. The namespace
+start handler gets passed the prefix and URI for the namespace. For a
+default namespace declaration (xmlns='...'), the prefix will be null.
+The URI will be null for the case where the default namespace is being
+unset. The namespace end handler just gets the prefix for the closing
+<p>These handlers are called for each declaration. So if, for
+instance, a start tag had three namespace declarations, then the
+StartNamespaceDeclHandler would be called three times before the start
+tag handler is called, once for each declaration.</p>
+<h3>Character Encodings</h3>
+<p>While XML is based on Unicode, and every XML processor is required
+to recognized UTF-8 and UTF-16 (1 and 2 byte encodings of Unicode),
+other encodings may be declared in XML documents or entities. For the
+main document, an XML declaration may contain an encoding
+&lt;?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-2"?&gt;
+<p>External parsed entities may begin with a text declaration, which
+looks like an XML declaration with just an encoding declaration:</p>
+&lt;?xml encoding="Big5"?&gt;
+<p>With Expat, you may also specify an encoding at the time of
+creating a parser. This is useful when the encoding information may
+come from a source outside the document itself (like a higher level
+<p><a name="builtin_encodings"></a>There are four built-in encodings
+in Expat:</p>
+<p>Anything else discovered in an encoding declaration or in the
+protocol encoding specified in the parser constructor, triggers a call
+to the <code>UnknownEncodingHandler</code>. This handler gets passed
+the encoding name and a pointer to an <code>XML_Encoding</code> data
+structure. Your handler must fill in this structure and return
+<code>XML_STATUS_OK</code> if it knows how to deal with the
+encoding. Otherwise the handler should return
+<code>XML_STATUS_ERROR</code>. The handler also gets passed a pointer
+to an optional application data structure that you may indicate when
+you set the handler.</p>
+<p>Expat places restrictions on character encodings that it can
+support by filling in the <code>XML_Encoding</code> structure.
+include file:</p>
+<li>Every ASCII character that can appear in a well-formed XML document
+must be represented by a single byte, and that byte must correspond to
+it's ASCII encoding (except for the characters $@\^'{}~)</li>
+<li>Characters must be encoded in 4 bytes or less.</li>
+<li>All characters encoded must have Unicode scalar values less than or
+equal to 65535 (0xFFFF)<em>This does not apply to the built-in support
+for UTF-16 and UTF-8</em></li>
+<li>No character may be encoded by more that one distinct sequence of
+<p><code>XML_Encoding</code> contains an array of integers that
+correspond to the 1st byte of an encoding sequence. If the value in
+the array for a byte is zero or positive, then the byte is a single
+byte encoding that encodes the Unicode scalar value contained in the
+array. A -1 in this array indicates a malformed byte. If the value is
+-2, -3, or -4, then the byte is the beginning of a 2, 3, or 4 byte
+sequence respectively. Multi-byte sequences are sent to the convert
+function pointed at in the <code>XML_Encoding</code> structure. This
+function should return the Unicode scalar value for the sequence or -1
+if the sequence is malformed.</p>
+<p>One pitfall that novice Expat users are likely to fall into is that
+although Expat may accept input in various encodings, the strings that
+it passes to the handlers are always encoded in UTF-8 or UTF-16
+(depending on how Expat was compiled). Your application is responsible
+for any translation of these strings into other encodings.</p>
+<h3>Handling External Entity References</h3>
+<p>Expat does not read or parse external entities directly. Note that
+any external DTD is a special case of an external entity. If you've
+set no <code>ExternalEntityRefHandler</code>, then external entity
+references are silently ignored. Otherwise, it calls your handler with
+the information needed to read and parse the external entity.</p>
+<p>Your handler isn't actually responsible for parsing the entity, but
+it is responsible for creating a subsidiary parser with <code><a href=
+>XML_ExternalEntityParserCreate</a></code> that will do the job. This
+returns an instance of <code>XML_Parser</code> that has handlers and
+other data structures initialized from the parent parser. You may then
+use <code><a href= "#XML_Parse" >XML_Parse</a></code> or <code><a
+href= "#XML_ParseBuffer">XML_ParseBuffer</a></code> calls against this
+parser. Since external entities my refer to other external entities,
+your handler should be prepared to be called recursively.</p>
+<h3>Parsing DTDs</h3>
+<p>In order to parse parameter entities, before starting the parse,
+you must call <code><a href= "#XML_SetParamEntityParsing"
+>XML_SetParamEntityParsing</a></code> with one of the following
+<dd>Don't parse parameter entities or the external subset</dd>
+<dd>Parse parameter entites and the external subset unless
+<code>standalone</code> was set to "yes" in the XML declaration.</dd>
+<dd>Always parse parameter entities and the external subset</dd>
+<p>In order to read an external DTD, you also have to set an external
+entity reference handler as described above.</p>
+<h3 id="stop-resume">Temporarily Stopping Parsing</h3>
+<p>Expat 1.95.8 introduces a new feature: its now possible to stop
+parsing temporarily from within a handler function, even if more data
+has already been passed into the parser. Applications for this
+ <li>Supporting the <a href= ""
+ >XInclude</a> specification.</li>
+ <li>Delaying further processing until additional information is
+ available from some other source.</li>
+ <li>Adjusting processor load as task priorities shift within an
+ application.</li>
+ <li>Stopping parsing completely (simply free or reset the parser
+ instead of resuming in the outer parsing loop). This can be useful
+ if a application-domain error is found in the XML being parsed or if
+ the result of the parse is determined not to be useful after
+ all.</li>
+<p>To take advantage of this feature, the main parsing loop of an
+application needs to support this specifically. It cannot be
+supported with a parsing loop compatible with Expat 1.95.7 or
+earlier (though existing loops will continue to work without
+supporting the stop/resume feature).</p>
+<p>An application that uses this feature for a single parser will have
+the rough structure (in pseudo-code):</p>
+<pre class="pseudocode">
+fd = open_input()
+p = create_parser()
+if parse_xml(p, fd) {
+ /* suspended */
+ int suspended = 1;
+ while (suspended) {
+ do_something_else()
+ if ready_to_resume() {
+ suspended = continue_parsing(p, fd);
+ }
+ }
+<p>An application that may resume any of several parsers based on
+input (either from the XML being parsed or some other source) will
+certainly have more interesting control structures.</p>
+<p>This C function could be used for the <code>parse_xml</code>
+function mentioned in the pseudo-code above:</p>
+<pre class="eg">
+#define BUFF_SIZE 10240
+/* Parse a document from the open file descriptor 'fd' until the parse
+ is complete (the document has been completely parsed, or there's
+ been an error), or the parse is stopped. Return non-zero when
+ the parse is merely suspended.
+parse_xml(XML_Parser p, int fd)
+ for (;;) {
+ int last_chunk;
+ int bytes_read;
+ enum XML_Status status;
+ void *buff = XML_GetBuffer(p, BUFF_SIZE);
+ if (buff == NULL) {
+ /* handle error... */
+ return 0;
+ }
+ bytes_read = read(fd, buff, BUFF_SIZE);
+ if (bytes_read &lt; 0) {
+ /* handle error... */
+ return 0;
+ }
+ status = XML_ParseBuffer(p, bytes_read, bytes_read == 0);
+ switch (status) {
+ /* handle error... */
+ return 0;
+ return 1;
+ }
+ if (bytes_read == 0)
+ return 0;
+ }
+<p>The corresponding <code>continue_parsing</code> function is
+somewhat simpler, since it only need deal with the return code from
+<code><a href= "#XML_ResumeParser">XML_ResumeParser</a></code>; it can
+delegate the input handling to the <code>parse_xml</code>
+<pre class="eg">
+/* Continue parsing a document which had been suspended. The 'p' and
+ 'fd' arguments are the same as passed to parse_xml(). Return
+ non-zero when the parse is suspended.
+continue_parsing(XML_Parser p, int fd)
+ enum XML_Status status = XML_ResumeParser(p);
+ switch (status) {
+ /* handle error... */
+ return 0;
+ /* handle error... */
+ return 0;.
+ return 1;
+ }
+ return parse_xml(p, fd);
+<p>Now that we've seen what a mess the top-level parsing loop can
+become, what have we gained? Very simply, we can now use the <code><a
+href= "#XML_StopParser" >XML_StopParser</a></code> function to stop
+parsing, without having to go to great lengths to avoid additional
+processing that we're expecting to ignore. As a bonus, we get to stop
+parsing <em>temporarily</em>, and come back to it when we're
+<p>To stop parsing from a handler function, use the <code><a href=
+"#XML_StopParser" >XML_StopParser</a></code> function. This function
+takes two arguments; the parser being stopped and a flag indicating
+whether the parse can be resumed in the future.</p>
+<!-- XXX really need more here -->
+<hr />
+<!-- ================================================================ -->
+<h2><a name="reference">Expat Reference</a></h2>
+<h3><a name="creation">Parser Creation</a></h3>
+<pre class="fcndec" id="XML_ParserCreate">
+XML_ParserCreate(const XML_Char *encoding);
+<div class="fcndef">
+Construct a new parser. If encoding is non-null, it specifies a
+character encoding to use for the document. This overrides the document
+encoding declaration. There are four built-in encodings:
+Any other value will invoke a call to the UnknownEncodingHandler.
+<pre class="fcndec" id="XML_ParserCreateNS">
+XML_ParserCreateNS(const XML_Char *encoding,
+ XML_Char sep);
+<div class="fcndef">
+Constructs a new parser that has namespace processing in effect. Namespace
+expanded element names and attribute names are returned as a concatenation
+of the namespace URI, <em>sep</em>, and the local part of the name. This
+means that you should pick a character for <em>sep</em> that can't be
+part of a legal URI. There is a special case when <em>sep</em> is the null
+character <code>'\0'</code>: the namespace URI and the local part will be
+concatenated without any separator - this is intended to support RDF processors.
+It is a programming error to use the null separator with
+<a href= "#XML_SetReturnNSTriplet">namespace triplets</a>.</div>
+<pre class="fcndec" id="XML_ParserCreate_MM">
+XML_ParserCreate_MM(const XML_Char *encoding,
+ const XML_Memory_Handling_Suite *ms,
+ const XML_Char *sep);
+<pre class="signature">
+typedef struct {
+ void *(XMLCALL *malloc_fcn)(size_t size);
+ void *(XMLCALL *realloc_fcn)(void *ptr, size_t size);
+ void (XMLCALL *free_fcn)(void *ptr);
+} XML_Memory_Handling_Suite;
+<div class="fcndef">
+<p>Construct a new parser using the suite of memory handling functions
+specified in <code>ms</code>. If <code>ms</code> is NULL, then use the
+standard set of memory management functions. If <code>sep</code> is
+non NULL, then namespace processing is enabled in the created parser
+and the character pointed at by sep is used as the separator between
+the namespace URI and the local part of the name.</p>
+<pre class="fcndec" id="XML_ExternalEntityParserCreate">
+XML_ExternalEntityParserCreate(XML_Parser p,
+ const XML_Char *context,
+ const XML_Char *encoding);
+<div class="fcndef">
+Construct a new <code>XML_Parser</code> object for parsing an external
+general entity. Context is the context argument passed in a call to a
+ExternalEntityRefHandler. Other state information such as handlers,
+user data, namespace processing is inherited from the parser passed as
+the 1st argument. So you shouldn't need to call any of the behavior
+changing functions on this parser (unless you want it to act
+differently than the parent parser).
+<pre class="fcndec" id="XML_ParserFree">
+XML_ParserFree(XML_Parser p);
+<div class="fcndef">
+Free memory used by the parser. Your application is responsible for
+freeing any memory associated with <a href="#userdata">user data</a>.
+<pre class="fcndec" id="XML_ParserReset">
+XML_ParserReset(XML_Parser p,
+ const XML_Char *encoding);
+<div class="fcndef">
+Clean up the memory structures maintained by the parser so that it may
+be used again. After this has been called, <code>parser</code> is
+ready to start parsing a new document. All handlers are cleared from
+the parser, except for the unknownEncodingHandler. The parser's external
+state is re-initialized except for the values of ns and ns_triplets.
+This function may not be used on a parser created using <code><a href=
+"#XML_ExternalEntityParserCreate" >XML_ExternalEntityParserCreate</a
+></code>; it will return <code>XML_FALSE</code> in that case. Returns
+<code>XML_TRUE</code> on success. Your application is responsible for
+dealing with any memory associated with <a href="#userdata">user data</a>.
+<h3><a name="parsing">Parsing</a></h3>
+<p>To state the obvious: the three parsing functions <code><a href=
+"#XML_Parse" >XML_Parse</a></code>, <code><a href= "#XML_ParseBuffer">
+XML_ParseBuffer</a></code> and <code><a href= "#XML_GetBuffer">
+XML_GetBuffer</a></code> must not be called from within a handler
+unless they operate on a separate parser instance, that is, one that
+did not call the handler. For example, it is OK to call the parsing
+functions from within an <code>XML_ExternalEntityRefHandler</code>,
+if they apply to the parser created by
+<code><a href= "#XML_ExternalEntityParserCreate"
+<p>Note: the <code>len</code> argument passed to these functions
+should be considerably less than the maximum value for an integer,
+as it could create an integer overflow situation if the added
+lengths of a buffer and the unprocessed portion of the previous buffer
+exceed the maximum integer value. Input data at the end of a buffer
+will remain unprocessed if it is part of an XML token for which the
+end is not part of that buffer.</p>
+<pre class="fcndec" id="XML_Parse">
+enum XML_Status XMLCALL
+XML_Parse(XML_Parser p,
+ const char *s,
+ int len,
+ int isFinal);
+<pre class="signature">
+enum XML_Status {
+<div class="fcndef">
+Parse some more of the document. The string <code>s</code> is a buffer
+containing part (or perhaps all) of the document. The number of bytes of s
+that are part of the document is indicated by <code>len</code>. This means
+that <code>s</code> doesn't have to be null terminated. It also means that
+if <code>len</code> is larger than the number of bytes in the block of
+memory that <code>s</code> points at, then a memory fault is likely. The
+<code>isFinal</code> parameter informs the parser that this is the last
+piece of the document. Frequently, the last piece is empty (i.e.
+<code>len</code> is zero.)
+If a parse error occurred, it returns <code>XML_STATUS_ERROR</code>.
+Otherwise it returns <code>XML_STATUS_OK</code> value.
+<pre class="fcndec" id="XML_ParseBuffer">
+enum XML_Status XMLCALL
+XML_ParseBuffer(XML_Parser p,
+ int len,
+ int isFinal);
+<div class="fcndef">
+This is just like <code><a href= "#XML_Parse" >XML_Parse</a></code>,
+except in this case Expat provides the buffer. By obtaining the
+buffer from Expat with the <code><a href= "#XML_GetBuffer"
+>XML_GetBuffer</a></code> function, the application can avoid double
+copying of the input.
+<pre class="fcndec" id="XML_GetBuffer">
+void * XMLCALL
+XML_GetBuffer(XML_Parser p,
+ int len);
+<div class="fcndef">
+Obtain a buffer of size <code>len</code> to read a piece of the document
+into. A NULL value is returned if Expat can't allocate enough memory for
+this buffer. This has to be called prior to every call to
+<code><a href= "#XML_ParseBuffer" >XML_ParseBuffer</a></code>. A
+typical use would look like this:
+<pre class="eg">
+for (;;) {
+ int bytes_read;
+ void *buff = XML_GetBuffer(p, BUFF_SIZE);
+ if (buff == NULL) {
+ /* handle error */
+ }
+ bytes_read = read(docfd, buff, BUFF_SIZE);
+ if (bytes_read &lt; 0) {
+ /* handle error */
+ }
+ if (! XML_ParseBuffer(p, bytes_read, bytes_read == 0)) {
+ /* handle parse error */
+ }
+ if (bytes_read == 0)
+ break;
+<pre class="fcndec" id="XML_StopParser">
+enum XML_Status XMLCALL
+XML_StopParser(XML_Parser p,
+ XML_Bool resumable);
+<div class="fcndef">
+<p>Stops parsing, causing <code><a href= "#XML_Parse"
+>XML_Parse</a></code> or <code><a href= "#XML_ParseBuffer"
+>XML_ParseBuffer</a></code> to return. Must be called from within a
+call-back handler, except when aborting (when <code>resumable</code>
+is <code>XML_FALSE</code>) an already suspended parser. Some
+call-backs may still follow because they would otherwise get
+lost, including
+ <li> the end element handler for empty elements when stopped in the
+ start element handler,</li>
+ <li> the end namespace declaration handler when stopped in the end
+ element handler,</li>
+ <li> the character data handler when stopped in the character data handler
+ while making multiple call-backs on a contiguous chunk of characters,</li>
+and possibly others.</p>
+<p>This can be called from most handlers, including DTD related
+call-backs, except when parsing an external parameter entity and
+<code>resumable</code> is <code>XML_TRUE</code>. Returns
+<code>XML_STATUS_OK</code> when successful,
+<code>XML_STATUS_ERROR</code> otherwise. The possible error codes
+ <dt><code>XML_ERROR_SUSPENDED</code></dt>
+ <dd>when suspending an already suspended parser.</dd>
+ <dt><code>XML_ERROR_FINISHED</code></dt>
+ <dd>when the parser has already finished.</dd>
+ <dt><code>XML_ERROR_SUSPEND_PE</code></dt>
+ <dd>when suspending while parsing an external PE.</dd>
+<p>Since the stop/resume feature requires application support in the
+outer parsing loop, it is an error to call this function for a parser
+not being handled appropriately; see <a href= "#stop-resume"
+>Temporarily Stopping Parsing</a> for more information.</p>
+<p>When <code>resumable</code> is <code>XML_TRUE</code> then parsing
+is <em>suspended</em>, that is, <code><a href= "#XML_Parse"
+>XML_Parse</a></code> and <code><a href= "#XML_ParseBuffer"
+>XML_ParseBuffer</a></code> return <code>XML_STATUS_SUSPENDED</code>.
+Otherwise, parsing is <em>aborted</em>, that is, <code><a href=
+"#XML_Parse" >XML_Parse</a></code> and <code><a href=
+"#XML_ParseBuffer" >XML_ParseBuffer</a></code> return
+<code>XML_STATUS_ERROR</code> with error code
+This will be applied to the current parser instance only, that is, if
+there is a parent parser then it will continue parsing when the
+external entity reference handler returns. It is up to the
+implementation of that handler to call <code><a href=
+"#XML_StopParser" >XML_StopParser</a></code> on the parent parser
+(recursively), if one wants to stop parsing altogether.</p>
+<p>When suspended, parsing can be resumed by calling <code><a href=
+"#XML_ResumeParser" >XML_ResumeParser</a></code>.</p>
+<p>New in Expat 1.95.8.</p>
+<pre class="fcndec" id="XML_ResumeParser">
+enum XML_Status XMLCALL
+XML_ResumeParser(XML_Parser p);
+<div class="fcndef">
+<p>Resumes parsing after it has been suspended with <code><a href=
+"#XML_StopParser" >XML_StopParser</a></code>. Must not be called from
+within a handler call-back. Returns same status codes as <code><a
+href= "#XML_Parse">XML_Parse</a></code> or <code><a href=
+"#XML_ParseBuffer" >XML_ParseBuffer</a></code>. An additional error
+code, <code>XML_ERROR_NOT_SUSPENDED</code>, will be returned if the
+parser was not currently suspended.</p>
+This must be called on the most deeply nested child parser instance
+first, and on its parent parser only after the child parser has
+finished, to be applied recursively until the document entity's parser
+is restarted. That is, the parent parser will not resume by itself
+and it is up to the application to call <code><a href=
+"#XML_ResumeParser" >XML_ResumeParser</a></code> on it at the
+appropriate moment.</p>
+<p>New in Expat 1.95.8.</p>
+<pre class="fcndec" id="XML_GetParsingStatus">
+XML_GetParsingStatus(XML_Parser p,
+ XML_ParsingStatus *status);
+<pre class="signature">
+enum XML_Parsing {
+typedef struct {
+ enum XML_Parsing parsing;
+ XML_Bool finalBuffer;
+} XML_ParsingStatus;
+<div class="fcndef">
+<p>Returns status of parser with respect to being initialized,
+parsing, finished, or suspended, and whether the final buffer is being
+processed. The <code>status</code> parameter <em>must not</em> be
+<p>New in Expat 1.95.8.</p>
+<h3><a name="setting">Handler Setting</a></h3>
+<p>Although handlers are typically set prior to parsing and left alone, an
+application may choose to set or change the handler for a parsing event
+while the parse is in progress. For instance, your application may choose
+to ignore all text not descended from a <code>para</code> element. One
+way it could do this is to set the character handler when a para start tag
+is seen, and unset it for the corresponding end tag.</p>
+<p>A handler may be <em>unset</em> by providing a NULL pointer to the
+appropriate handler setter. None of the handler setting functions have
+a return value.</p>
+<p>Your handlers will be receiving strings in arrays of type
+<code>XML_Char</code>. This type is conditionally defined in expat.h as
+either <code>char</code>, <code>wchar_t</code> or <code>unsigned short</code>.
+The former implies UTF-8 encoding, the latter two imply UTF-16 encoding.
+Note that you'll receive them in this form independent of the original
+encoding of the document.</p>
+<div class="handler">
+<pre class="setter" id="XML_SetStartElementHandler">
+XML_SetStartElementHandler(XML_Parser p,
+ XML_StartElementHandler start);
+<pre class="signature">
+typedef void
+(XMLCALL *XML_StartElementHandler)(void *userData,
+ const XML_Char *name,
+ const XML_Char **atts);
+<p>Set handler for start (and empty) tags. Attributes are passed to the start
+handler as a pointer to a vector of char pointers. Each attribute seen in
+a start (or empty) tag occupies 2 consecutive places in this vector: the
+attribute name followed by the attribute value. These pairs are terminated
+by a null pointer.</p>
+<p>Note that an empty tag generates a call to both start and end handlers
+(in that order).</p>
+<div class="handler">
+<pre class="setter" id="XML_SetEndElementHandler">
+XML_SetEndElementHandler(XML_Parser p,
+ XML_EndElementHandler);
+<pre class="signature">
+typedef void
+(XMLCALL *XML_EndElementHandler)(void *userData,
+ const XML_Char *name);
+<p>Set handler for end (and empty) tags. As noted above, an empty tag
+generates a call to both start and end handlers.</p>
+<div class="handler">
+<pre class="setter" id="XML_SetElementHandler">
+XML_SetElementHandler(XML_Parser p,
+ XML_StartElementHandler start,
+ XML_EndElementHandler end);
+<p>Set handlers for start and end tags with one call.</p>
+<div class="handler">
+<pre class="setter" id="XML_SetCharacterDataHandler">
+XML_SetCharacterDataHandler(XML_Parser p,
+ XML_CharacterDataHandler charhndl)
+<pre class="signature">
+typedef void
+(XMLCALL *XML_CharacterDataHandler)(void *userData,
+ const XML_Char *s,
+ int len);
+<p>Set a text handler. The string your handler receives
+is <em>NOT nul-terminated</em>. You have to use the length argument
+to deal with the end of the string. A single block of contiguous text
+free of markup may still result in a sequence of calls to this handler.
+In other words, if you're searching for a pattern in the text, it may
+be split across calls to this handler. Note: Setting this handler to NULL
+may <em>NOT immediately</em> terminate call-backs if the parser is currently
+processing such a single block of contiguous markup-free text, as the parser
+will continue calling back until the end of the block is reached.</p>
+<div class="handler">
+<pre class="setter" id="XML_SetProcessingInstructionHandler">
+XML_SetProcessingInstructionHandler(XML_Parser p,
+ XML_ProcessingInstructionHandler proc)
+<pre class="signature">
+typedef void
+(XMLCALL *XML_ProcessingInstructionHandler)(void *userData,
+ const XML_Char *target,
+ const XML_Char *data);
+<p>Set a handler for processing instructions. The target is the first word
+in the processing instruction. The data is the rest of the characters in
+it after skipping all whitespace after the initial word.</p>
+<div class="handler">
+<pre class="setter" id="XML_SetCommentHandler">
+XML_SetCommentHandler(XML_Parser p,
+ XML_CommentHandler cmnt)
+<pre class="signature">
+typedef void
+(XMLCALL *XML_CommentHandler)(void *userData,
+ const XML_Char *data);
+<p>Set a handler for comments. The data is all text inside the comment
+<div class="handler">
+<pre class="setter" id="XML_SetStartCdataSectionHandler">
+XML_SetStartCdataSectionHandler(XML_Parser p,
+ XML_StartCdataSectionHandler start);
+<pre class="signature">
+typedef void
+(XMLCALL *XML_StartCdataSectionHandler)(void *userData);
+<p>Set a handler that gets called at the beginning of a CDATA section.</p>
+<div class="handler">
+<pre class="setter" id="XML_SetEndCdataSectionHandler">
+XML_SetEndCdataSectionHandler(XML_Parser p,
+ XML_EndCdataSectionHandler end);
+<pre class="signature">
+typedef void
+(XMLCALL *XML_EndCdataSectionHandler)(void *userData);
+<p>Set a handler that gets called at the end of a CDATA section.</p>
+<div class="handler">
+<pre class="setter" id="XML_SetCdataSectionHandler">
+XML_SetCdataSectionHandler(XML_Parser p,
+ XML_StartCdataSectionHandler start,
+ XML_EndCdataSectionHandler end)
+<p>Sets both CDATA section handlers with one call.</p>
+<div class="handler">
+<pre class="setter" id="XML_SetDefaultHandler">
+XML_SetDefaultHandler(XML_Parser p,
+ XML_DefaultHandler hndl)
+<pre class="signature">
+typedef void
+(XMLCALL *XML_DefaultHandler)(void *userData,
+ const XML_Char *s,
+ int len);
+<p>Sets a handler for any characters in the document which wouldn't
+otherwise be handled. This includes both data for which no handlers
+can be set (like some kinds of DTD declarations) and data which could
+be reported but which currently has no handler set. The characters
+are passed exactly as they were present in the XML document except
+that they will be encoded in UTF-8 or UTF-16. Line boundaries are not
+normalized. Note that a byte order mark character is not passed to the
+default handler. There are no guarantees about how characters are
+divided between calls to the default handler: for example, a comment
+might be split between multiple calls. Setting the handler with
+this call has the side effect of turning off expansion of references
+to internally defined general entities. Instead these references are
+passed to the default handler.</p>
+<p>See also <code><a
+<div class="handler">
+<pre class="setter" id="XML_SetDefaultHandlerExpand">
+XML_SetDefaultHandlerExpand(XML_Parser p,
+ XML_DefaultHandler hndl)
+<pre class="signature">
+typedef void
+(XMLCALL *XML_DefaultHandler)(void *userData,
+ const XML_Char *s,
+ int len);
+<p>This sets a default handler, but doesn't inhibit the expansion of
+internal entity references. The entity reference will not be passed
+to the default handler.</p>
+<p>See also <code><a
+<div class="handler">
+<pre class="setter" id="XML_SetExternalEntityRefHandler">
+XML_SetExternalEntityRefHandler(XML_Parser p,
+ XML_ExternalEntityRefHandler hndl)
+<pre class="signature">
+typedef int
+(XMLCALL *XML_ExternalEntityRefHandler)(XML_Parser p,
+ const XML_Char *context,
+ const XML_Char *base,
+ const XML_Char *systemId,
+ const XML_Char *publicId);
+<p>Set an external entity reference handler. This handler is also
+called for processing an external DTD subset if parameter entity parsing
+is in effect. (See <a href="#XML_SetParamEntityParsing">
+<p>The <code>context</code> parameter specifies the parsing context in
+the format expected by the <code>context</code> argument to <code><a
+>XML_ExternalEntityParserCreate</a></code>. <code>code</code> is
+valid only until the handler returns, so if the referenced entity is
+to be parsed later, it must be copied. <code>context</code> is NULL
+only when the entity is a parameter entity, which is how one can
+differentiate between general and parameter entities.</p>
+<p>The <code>base</code> parameter is the base to use for relative
+system identifiers. It is set by <code><a
+href="#XML_SetBase">XML_SetBase</a></code> and may be NULL. The
+<code>publicId</code> parameter is the public id given in the entity
+declaration and may be NULL. <code>systemId</code> is the system
+identifier specified in the entity declaration and is never NULL.</p>
+<p>There are a couple of ways in which this handler differs from
+others. First, this handler returns a status indicator (an
+integer). <code>XML_STATUS_OK</code> should be returned for successful
+handling of the external entity reference. Returning
+<code>XML_STATUS_ERROR</code> indicates failure, and causes the
+calling parser to return an
+<p>Second, instead of having the user data as its first argument, it
+receives the parser that encountered the entity reference. This, along
+with the context parameter, may be used as arguments to a call to
+<code><a href= "#XML_ExternalEntityParserCreate"
+>XML_ExternalEntityParserCreate</a></code>. Using the returned
+parser, the body of the external entity can be recursively parsed.</p>
+<p>Since this handler may be called recursively, it should not be saving
+information into global or static variables.</p>
+<pre class="fcndec" id="XML_SetExternalEntityRefHandlerArg">
+XML_SetExternalEntityRefHandlerArg(XML_Parser p,
+ void *arg)
+<div class="fcndef">
+<p>Set the argument passed to the ExternalEntityRefHandler. If
+<code>arg</code> is not NULL, it is the new value passed to the
+handler set using <code><a href="#XML_SetExternalEntityRefHandler"
+>XML_SetExternalEntityRefHandler</a></code>; if <code>arg</code> is
+NULL, the argument passed to the handler function will be the parser
+object itself.</p>
+The type of <code>arg</code> and the type of the first argument to the
+ExternalEntityRefHandler do not match. This function takes a
+<code>void *</code> to be passed to the handler, while the handler
+accepts an <code>XML_Parser</code>. This is a historical accident,
+but will not be corrected before Expat 2.0 (at the earliest) to avoid
+causing compiler warnings for code that's known to work with this
+API. It is the responsibility of the application code to know the
+actual type of the argument passed to the handler and to manage it
+<div class="handler">
+<pre class="setter" id="XML_SetSkippedEntityHandler">
+XML_SetSkippedEntityHandler(XML_Parser p,
+ XML_SkippedEntityHandler handler)
+<pre class="signature">
+typedef void
+(XMLCALL *XML_SkippedEntityHandler)(void *userData,
+ const XML_Char *entityName,
+ int is_parameter_entity);
+<p>Set a skipped entity handler. This is called in two situations:</p>
+ <li>An entity reference is encountered for which no declaration
+ has been read <em>and</em> this is not an error.</li>
+ <li>An internal entity reference is read, but not expanded, because
+ <a href="#XML_SetDefaultHandler"><code>XML_SetDefaultHandler</code></a>
+ has been called.</li>
+<p>The <code>is_parameter_entity</code> argument will be non-zero for
+a parameter entity and zero for a general entity.</p> <p>Note: skipped
+parameter entities in declarations and skipped general entities in
+attribute values cannot be reported, because the event would be out of
+sync with the reporting of the declarations or attribute values</p>
+<div class="handler">
+<pre class="setter" id="XML_SetUnknownEncodingHandler">
+XML_SetUnknownEncodingHandler(XML_Parser p,
+ XML_UnknownEncodingHandler enchandler,
+ void *encodingHandlerData)
+<pre class="signature">
+typedef int
+(XMLCALL *XML_UnknownEncodingHandler)(void *encodingHandlerData,
+ const XML_Char *name,
+ XML_Encoding *info);
+typedef struct {
+ int map[256];
+ void *data;
+ int (XMLCALL *convert)(void *data, const char *s);
+ void (XMLCALL *release)(void *data);
+} XML_Encoding;
+<p>Set a handler to deal with encodings other than the <a
+href="#builtin_encodings">built in set</a>. This should be done before
+<code><a href= "#XML_Parse" >XML_Parse</a></code> or <code><a href=
+"#XML_ParseBuffer" >XML_ParseBuffer</a></code> have been called on the
+given parser.</p> <p>If the handler knows how to deal with an encoding
+with the given name, it should fill in the <code>info</code> data
+structure and return <code>XML_STATUS_OK</code>. Otherwise it
+should return <code>XML_STATUS_ERROR</code>. The handler will be called
+at most once per parsed (external) entity. The optional application
+data pointer <code>encodingHandlerData</code> will be passed back to
+the handler.</p>
+<p>The map array contains information for every possible possible leading
+byte in a byte sequence. If the corresponding value is &gt;= 0, then it's
+a single byte sequence and the byte encodes that Unicode value. If the
+value is -1, then that byte is invalid as the initial byte in a sequence.
+If the value is -n, where n is an integer &gt; 1, then n is the number of
+bytes in the sequence and the actual conversion is accomplished by a
+call to the function pointed at by convert. This function may return -1
+if the sequence itself is invalid. The convert pointer may be null if
+there are only single byte codes. The data parameter passed to the convert
+function is the data pointer from <code>XML_Encoding</code>. The
+string s is <em>NOT</em> nul-terminated and points at the sequence of
+bytes to be converted.</p>
+<p>The function pointed at by <code>release</code> is called by the
+parser when it is finished with the encoding. It may be NULL.</p>
+<div class="handler">
+<pre class="setter" id="XML_SetStartNamespaceDeclHandler">
+XML_SetStartNamespaceDeclHandler(XML_Parser p,
+ XML_StartNamespaceDeclHandler start);
+<pre class="signature">
+typedef void
+(XMLCALL *XML_StartNamespaceDeclHandler)(void *userData,
+ const XML_Char *prefix,
+ const XML_Char *uri);
+<p>Set a handler to be called when a namespace is declared. Namespace
+declarations occur inside start tags. But the namespace declaration start
+handler is called before the start tag handler for each namespace declared
+in that start tag.</p>
+<div class="handler">
+<pre class="setter" id="XML_SetEndNamespaceDeclHandler">
+XML_SetEndNamespaceDeclHandler(XML_Parser p,
+ XML_EndNamespaceDeclHandler end);
+<pre class="signature">
+typedef void
+(XMLCALL *XML_EndNamespaceDeclHandler)(void *userData,
+ const XML_Char *prefix);
+<p>Set a handler to be called when leaving the scope of a namespace
+declaration. This will be called, for each namespace declaration,
+after the handler for the end tag of the element in which the
+namespace was declared.</p>
+<div class="handler">
+<pre class="setter" id="XML_SetNamespaceDeclHandler">
+XML_SetNamespaceDeclHandler(XML_Parser p,
+ XML_StartNamespaceDeclHandler start,
+ XML_EndNamespaceDeclHandler end)
+<p>Sets both namespace declaration handlers with a single call.</p>
+<div class="handler">
+<pre class="setter" id="XML_SetXmlDeclHandler">
+XML_SetXmlDeclHandler(XML_Parser p,
+ XML_XmlDeclHandler xmldecl);
+<pre class="signature">
+typedef void
+(XMLCALL *XML_XmlDeclHandler)(void *userData,
+ const XML_Char *version,
+ const XML_Char *encoding,
+ int standalone);
+<p>Sets a handler that is called for XML declarations and also for
+text declarations discovered in external entities. The way to
+distinguish is that the <code>version</code> parameter will be NULL
+for text declarations. The <code>encoding</code> parameter may be NULL
+for an XML declaration. The <code>standalone</code> argument will
+contain -1, 0, or 1 indicating respectively that there was no
+standalone parameter in the declaration, that it was given as no, or
+that it was given as yes.</p>
+<div class="handler">
+<pre class="setter" id="XML_SetStartDoctypeDeclHandler">
+XML_SetStartDoctypeDeclHandler(XML_Parser p,
+ XML_StartDoctypeDeclHandler start);
+<pre class="signature">
+typedef void
+(XMLCALL *XML_StartDoctypeDeclHandler)(void *userData,
+ const XML_Char *doctypeName,
+ const XML_Char *sysid,
+ const XML_Char *pubid,
+ int has_internal_subset);
+<p>Set a handler that is called at the start of a DOCTYPE declaration,
+before any external or internal subset is parsed. Both <code>sysid</code>
+and <code>pubid</code> may be NULL. The <code>has_internal_subset</code>
+will be non-zero if the DOCTYPE declaration has an internal subset.</p>
+<div class="handler">
+<pre class="setter" id="XML_SetEndDoctypeDeclHandler">
+XML_SetEndDoctypeDeclHandler(XML_Parser p,
+ XML_EndDoctypeDeclHandler end);
+<pre class="signature">
+typedef void
+(XMLCALL *XML_EndDoctypeDeclHandler)(void *userData);
+<p>Set a handler that is called at the end of a DOCTYPE declaration,
+after parsing any external subset.</p>
+<div class="handler">
+<pre class="setter" id="XML_SetDoctypeDeclHandler">
+XML_SetDoctypeDeclHandler(XML_Parser p,
+ XML_StartDoctypeDeclHandler start,
+ XML_EndDoctypeDeclHandler end);
+<p>Set both doctype handlers with one call.</p>
+<div class="handler">
+<pre class="setter" id="XML_SetElementDeclHandler">
+XML_SetElementDeclHandler(XML_Parser p,
+ XML_ElementDeclHandler eldecl);
+<pre class="signature">
+typedef void
+(XMLCALL *XML_ElementDeclHandler)(void *userData,
+ const XML_Char *name,
+ XML_Content *model);
+<pre class="signature">
+enum XML_Content_Type {
+enum XML_Content_Quant {
+typedef struct XML_cp XML_Content;
+struct XML_cp {
+ enum XML_Content_Type type;
+ enum XML_Content_Quant quant;
+ const XML_Char * name;
+ unsigned int numchildren;
+ XML_Content * children;
+<p>Sets a handler for element declarations in a DTD. The handler gets
+called with the name of the element in the declaration and a pointer
+to a structure that contains the element model. It is the
+application's responsibility to free this data structure using
+<code><a href="#XML_FreeContentModel"
+<p>The <code>model</code> argument is the root of a tree of
+<code>XML_Content</code> nodes. If <code>type</code> equals
+<code>XML_CTYPE_EMPTY</code> or <code>XML_CTYPE_ANY</code>, then
+<code>quant</code> will be <code>XML_CQUANT_NONE</code>, and the other
+fields will be zero or NULL. If <code>type</code> is
+<code>XML_CTYPE_MIXED</code>, then <code>quant</code> will be
+<code>XML_CQUANT_NONE</code> or <code>XML_CQUANT_REP</code> and
+<code>numchildren</code> will contain the number of elements that are
+allowed to be mixed in and <code>children</code> points to an array of
+<code>XML_Content</code> structures that will all have type
+XML_CTYPE_NAME with no quantification. Only the root node can be type
+<code>XML_CTYPE_EMPTY</code>, <code>XML_CTYPE_ANY</code>, or
+<p>For type <code>XML_CTYPE_NAME</code>, the <code>name</code> field
+points to the name and the <code>numchildren</code> and
+<code>children</code> fields will be zero and NULL. The
+<code>quant</code> field will indicate any quantifiers placed on the
+<p>Types <code>XML_CTYPE_CHOICE</code> and <code>XML_CTYPE_SEQ</code>
+indicate a choice or sequence respectively. The
+<code>numchildren</code> field indicates how many nodes in the choice
+or sequence and <code>children</code> points to the nodes.</p>
+<div class="handler">
+<pre class="setter" id="XML_SetAttlistDeclHandler">
+XML_SetAttlistDeclHandler(XML_Parser p,
+ XML_AttlistDeclHandler attdecl);
+<pre class="signature">
+typedef void
+(XMLCALL *XML_AttlistDeclHandler)(void *userData,
+ const XML_Char *elname,
+ const XML_Char *attname,
+ const XML_Char *att_type,
+ const XML_Char *dflt,
+ int isrequired);
+<p>Set a handler for attlist declarations in the DTD. This handler is
+called for <em>each</em> attribute. So a single attlist declaration
+with multiple attributes declared will generate multiple calls to this
+handler. The <code>elname</code> parameter returns the name of the
+element for which the attribute is being declared. The attribute name
+is in the <code>attname</code> parameter. The attribute type is in the
+<code>att_type</code> parameter. It is the string representing the
+type in the declaration with whitespace removed.</p>
+<p>The <code>dflt</code> parameter holds the default value. It will be
+NULL in the case of "#IMPLIED" or "#REQUIRED" attributes. You can
+distinguish these two cases by checking the <code>isrequired</code>
+parameter, which will be true in the case of "#REQUIRED" attributes.
+Attributes which are "#FIXED" will have also have a true
+<code>isrequired</code>, but they will have the non-NULL fixed value
+in the <code>dflt</code> parameter.</p>
+<div class="handler">
+<pre class="setter" id="XML_SetEntityDeclHandler">
+XML_SetEntityDeclHandler(XML_Parser p,
+ XML_EntityDeclHandler handler);
+<pre class="signature">
+typedef void
+(XMLCALL *XML_EntityDeclHandler)(void *userData,
+ const XML_Char *entityName,
+ int is_parameter_entity,
+ const XML_Char *value,
+ int value_length,
+ const XML_Char *base,
+ const XML_Char *systemId,
+ const XML_Char *publicId,
+ const XML_Char *notationName);
+<p>Sets a handler that will be called for all entity declarations.
+The <code>is_parameter_entity</code> argument will be non-zero in the
+case of parameter entities and zero otherwise.</p>
+<p>For internal entities (<code>&lt;!ENTITY foo "bar"&gt;</code>),
+<code>value</code> will be non-NULL and <code>systemId</code>,
+<code>publicId</code>, and <code>notationName</code> will all be NULL.
+The value string is <em>not</em> NULL terminated; the length is
+provided in the <code>value_length</code> parameter. Do not use
+<code>value_length</code> to test for internal entities, since it is
+legal to have zero-length values. Instead check for whether or not
+<code>value</code> is NULL.</p> <p>The <code>notationName</code>
+argument will have a non-NULL value only for unparsed entity
+<div class="handler">
+<pre class="setter" id="XML_SetUnparsedEntityDeclHandler">
+XML_SetUnparsedEntityDeclHandler(XML_Parser p,
+ XML_UnparsedEntityDeclHandler h)
+<pre class="signature">
+typedef void
+(XMLCALL *XML_UnparsedEntityDeclHandler)(void *userData,
+ const XML_Char *entityName,
+ const XML_Char *base,
+ const XML_Char *systemId,
+ const XML_Char *publicId,
+ const XML_Char *notationName);
+<p>Set a handler that receives declarations of unparsed entities. These
+are entity declarations that have a notation (NDATA) field:</p>
+<div id="eg"><pre>
+&lt;!ENTITY logo SYSTEM "images/logo.gif" NDATA gif&gt;
+<p>This handler is obsolete and is provided for backwards
+compatibility. Use instead <a href= "#XML_SetEntityDeclHandler"
+<div class="handler">
+<pre class="setter" id="XML_SetNotationDeclHandler">
+XML_SetNotationDeclHandler(XML_Parser p,
+ XML_NotationDeclHandler h)
+<pre class="signature">
+typedef void
+(XMLCALL *XML_NotationDeclHandler)(void *userData,
+ const XML_Char *notationName,
+ const XML_Char *base,
+ const XML_Char *systemId,
+ const XML_Char *publicId);
+<p>Set a handler that receives notation declarations.</p>
+<div class="handler">
+<pre class="setter" id="XML_SetNotStandaloneHandler">
+XML_SetNotStandaloneHandler(XML_Parser p,
+ XML_NotStandaloneHandler h)
+<pre class="signature">
+typedef int
+(XMLCALL *XML_NotStandaloneHandler)(void *userData);
+<p>Set a handler that is called if the document is not "standalone".
+This happens when there is an external subset or a reference to a
+parameter entity, but does not have standalone set to "yes" in an XML
+declaration. If this handler returns <code>XML_STATUS_ERROR</code>,
+then the parser will throw an <code>XML_ERROR_NOT_STANDALONE</code>
+<h3><a name="position">Parse position and error reporting functions</a></h3>
+<p>These are the functions you'll want to call when the parse
+functions return <code>XML_STATUS_ERROR</code> (a parse error has
+occurred), although the position reporting functions are useful outside
+of errors. The position reported is the byte position (in the original
+document or entity encoding) of the first of the sequence of
+characters that generated the current event (or the error that caused
+the parse functions to return <code>XML_STATUS_ERROR</code>.) The
+exceptions are callbacks trigged by declarations in the document
+prologue, in which case they exact position reported is somewhere in the
+relevant markup, but not necessarily as meaningful as for other
+<p>The position reporting functions are accurate only outside of the
+DTD. In other words, they usually return bogus information when
+called from within a DTD declaration handler.</p>
+<pre class="fcndec" id="XML_GetErrorCode">
+enum XML_Error XMLCALL
+XML_GetErrorCode(XML_Parser p);
+<div class="fcndef">
+Return what type of error has occurred.
+<pre class="fcndec" id="XML_ErrorString">
+const XML_LChar * XMLCALL
+XML_ErrorString(enum XML_Error code);
+<div class="fcndef">
+Return a string describing the error corresponding to code.
+The code should be one of the enums that can be returned from
+<code><a href= "#XML_GetErrorCode" >XML_GetErrorCode</a></code>.
+<pre class="fcndec" id="XML_GetCurrentByteIndex">