Files in the top-level directory of check-in release
tDOM - a XML / DOM / XPath / XSLT / HTML / JSON implementation for Tcl
for convenience expat 2.2.9, the XML parser originated from James Clark, although you're able to link tDOM with other expat versions or the library provided by the system.
building a DOM tree from XML in one go implemented in C for maximum performance and minimum memory usage, and DOM I and II methods to work on such a tree using either a OO-like or a handle syntax.
a Tcl interface to expat for event-like (SAX-like) XML parsing.
a complete, compliant and fast XPath implementation in C following the November 99 W3C recommendation for navigating and data extraction.
a fast XSLT implementation in C following the W3C Recommendation 16 November 1999.
optional DTD validation.
a rich and Tcl'ish language to describe structures and to validate XML data or DOM trees or other forms of hierarchically data with that.
a JSON parser which parses any possible JSON input into a DOM tree without losing information.
an efficient and Tcl'ish way to create XML and HTML documents and JSON strings.
as build option an interface to the gumbo HTML5 parser, which also digests almost any other HTML.
an even faster simple XML parser for trusted XML input.
a slim Tcl interface to use expat as pull-parser.
a secure way to share DOM trees by threads
additional convenience methods.
The documentation is included into the source distribution in HTML and man format. Alternatively, read it online.
Getting the code
The provided windows binaries include (statically linked) the HTML5 parser.
Depending on your platform (unix/mac or win), go to the corresponding directory and invoke the configure script:
../configure make make test make install
Alternatively, you can build the tDOM package in just about any directory elsewhere on the filesystem (since TEA-compatible).
You might also want to do "../configure --help" to get a list of all supported options of the configure script. In the "unix" directory there is a "CONFIG" file containing some examples on how to invoke the "configure" script for some common cases. You can peek there. This file also includes a short description of the tDOM specific configure options.
Since tDOM is TEA-compatible you should be able to build it using the MinGW build environment for Windows. There is also the MSVC nmake file so you can compile the package with Microsoft tools. Refer to the README in the win directory for more details about building on Windows.
The compile process will build the tDOM shared library suitable for loading into the Tcl shell using standard "package require" mechanism.
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tDOM was started by Jochen Loewer (firstname.lastname@example.org) and developed by Jochen and Rolf Ade (email@example.com) with contributions by Zoran Vasiljevic (firstname.lastname@example.org). Since more than a dozen years it is maintained and developed by Rolf Ade.
... ahh, Licensing!!
Sigh. See LICENSE file.