Non validating dom parser

Only DOM implementations, or similar APIs, that expose such contents appear to get any benefit from having such a well-formedness constraint. DLL processor's DOM output into something that could be examined for correctness had an unanticipated side effect.They identified problems in the DOM implementation that had been hooked up to the underlying processor.Setting it to null will trigger an attempt to figure out the encoding from within the content of the string given instead.cleanup Input Set this to The above php block does the same find and load as the first example but it is done using the static facade, which supports all public methods found in the Dom object.You can always modify the dom that was created from any loading method.

which can all be found in the tests or in the code itself.

Most of the time I found the diagnostics to be quite comprehensible; this is valuable to anyone trying to use them.

I probably looked at about half the negative test results, and while I found a misleading diagnostic, I didn't notice any indications of significant problems there.

The processor: and do not show up in the statistics above, I will mention two other known problems with this processor, since they prevented this processor from working with XML documents I happen to have found "in the wild," on the Web.

In summary, most of the problems of the non-validating mode parser are revealed in these positive tests, and involve either reporting the wrong data (usually whitespace issues) or certain inappropriately performing validity checks.

The tests are done using PHPUnit and are very small, a few lines each, and are a great place to start.

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