Simple HTML Parser With Text Object Converter

/*
**	(c) COPYRIGHT MIT 1995.
**	Please first read the full copyright statement in the file COPYRIGH.
*/

This interprets the HTML semantics passed to it by the SGML parser. It then creates a HText object which the application can use to render an HTML object as text comes in over the wire. The stylesheet manager can be used to ensure that the rendering is done according to whatever style information is present.

This module is implemented by HTML.c, and it is a part of the W3C Sample Code Library.

#ifndef HTML_H
#define HTML_H

#include "HTFormat.h"
#include "HTMLPDTD.h"

Converters

These are the converters implemented in this module. The first converts from HTML to presentation or plain text.

extern HTConverter HTMLToPlain;

The next converts from HTML to a simple C like representation. It puts everything not in PRE within C style comments. This is the way that the line mode browser is used to convert the libwww HTML files to C style .h files

extern HTConverter HTMLToC;

This one converts the HTML stream to a rendered object using the HText interface.

extern HTConverter HTMLPresent;

Selecting Internal Character Set Representation

Only ISO_LATIN1 is currently supported.

typedef enum _HTMLCharacterSet {
	HTML_ISO_LATIN1,
	HTML_NEXT_CHARS,
	HTML_PC_CP950
} HTMLCharacterSet;

extern BOOL HTMLUseCharacterSet (HTMLCharacterSet charset);
#endif		/* end HTML_H */


@(#) $Id: HTML.html,v 2.36 1999/01/06 15:38:47 frystyk Exp $