XPath Interface for XT Version 0.90
Date: Wed, 15 Dec 1999 11:44:03 +0900 From: Takuki Kamiya <email@example.com> To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: ANNOUNCE: XPath interface for XT Version 0.90
Leigh Dodds writes:
> ... is there a tool that will search a DOM tree for me, > assuming I supply it with an XPath expression.
If the language being used is Java, there is a tool "XPath interface for XT" which performs XPath query on top of DOM, accessible at:
The tool comes with source. Free for any purpose, but with no warranty.
I recently enhanced it to support variables so that now you can reference variables in your query string.
Note from James Tauber:
To: email@example.com Subject: Re: ANNOUNCE: XPath interface for XT Version 0.90 This is cool. Exactly what I wanted way back when I was musing about a "shell" that enabled you to navigate a DOM the same way you'd navigate a file system in a command-line interface.
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