Default HTML Parser Initialization Methods

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As mentioned in the Library Architecture, libwww consists of a small core and a large set of hooks for adding functionality. By itself, the core it not capable of performing any Web related tasks like accessing a HTTP server or parsing a HTML document. All this functionality must be registered by the application. This way, the core of libwww is kept application independent and can be used as the basic building block for any kind of Web application. The Library comes with a large set of default functions, for example for accessing HTTP and FTP servers, parsing RFC 822 headers etc. This module helps the application programmer setting up the HTML parser, but it is important to note that none of it is required in order to use the Library.

This module is implemented by HTInit.c, and it is a part of the W3C Sample Code Library. You can also have a look at the other Initialization modules.

#ifndef HTHINIT_H
#define HTHINIT_H
#include "WWWLib.h"

#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" { 

Default HTML Parsers

The Converters are used to convert a media type to another media type, or to present it on screen. This is a part of the stream stack algorithm. The Presenters are also used in the stream stack, but are initialized separately.

#include "HTML.h"			/* Uses HTML/HText interface */
#include "HTPlain.h"			/* Uses HTML/HText interface */

#include "HTTeXGen.h"
#include "HTMLGen.h"

extern void HTMLInit		(HTList * conversions);

#ifdef __cplusplus

#endif  /* HTHINIT_H */

@(#) $Id: HTHInit.html,v 2.5 2005/11/11 14:03:15 vbancrof Exp $