Scamper Re: [ANN] Working SSL In Squeak
karl.ramberg at chello.se
Tue Oct 10 13:01:07 UTC 2006
Todd Blanchard skrev:
> On Oct 9, 2006, at 11:23 AM, Lex Spoon wrote:
>> As far as I know Scamper parses HTML just fine. If you think not,
>> maybe lobby to get Scamper using your parser? What is better about
> It understands CSS.
> It understands DOCTYPEs
> It understands W3C DOCTYPE definitions for the various
> HTML/XHTMLstandards and can use them to guess about and recover from
> malformed HTML. It can download new DOCTYPES and use them. This makes
> it somewhat future proof.
> It has support for more modern tags like DIV and SPAN (missing in
This sounds good :-)
> The only thing it is missing to be on par with modern browser like
> SpiderMonkey plugin, or a native JS interpreter, and plugin support.
> HTML has changed a lot in the last few years and I don't think Scamper
> has kept up, which is why I started from scratch when I wrote the
> parser used to do http://badpage.net. I did look at what was
> available first.
Sounds like building Scamper on top of your parser is a good idea.
> -Todd Blanchard
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