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by sylvainulg
RG says I should have a look ...


Mixnode: Turn the web into a database

by srcmax & 1 other
A fast, flexible and massively scalable platform to extract and analyze data from the web.


logstash - open source log management

by Xavier Lacot & 1 other
An open source log management tool, which is able to parse, analyse, group and store logs into ElasticSearch


Binary parsing with PHP

by Xavier Lacot
A in-depth look at binary parsing of data in PHP

2009 » The Real “Why XHTML” Discussion

by nhoizey
"Molly Holzschlag asked me if I’d try and clearly and simply explain why XML parsing is advantageous and why XHTML still is relevant. This was my answer."

Datejs - A JavaScript Date Library » About…

by Xavier Lacot & 11 others
A comprehensive javascript date library. A large panel of syntaxes are supported ("today", "next thursday", "last june", "2009/12/28", "2009/28/11é, etc.


Intel XML Software Suite

by nhoizey
Des manipulations XML (parsing, validation de schéma, transformation) jusqu'à 10 fois plus rapides qu'avec les classiques Xalan/Xerces


c THE cssutils - CSS library for Python

by jdrsantos & 2 others
A Python package to parse and build CSS Cascading Style Sheets. Partly implements the DOM Level 2 Style Stylesheets and CSS interfaces. An implementation of the WD CSS Module: Namespaces which has no official DOM yet is included from v0.9.1.

Mastering Oracle Python, Part 3: Data Parsing

by pvergain
There are countless reasons for parsing data, as well as tools and techniques to do it. But even the "right" tool may be insufficient when you need to do something new with the data. The same concerns exist for the integration of heterogeneous data sources. Sooner or later, the right tool for the right job happens to be a programming language. Oracle offers some very powerful utilities for loading, processing, and unloading data. SQL*Loader, Data Pump, external tables, Oracle Text, regular expressions—it's all there. Yet there is often a need to do things outside the database (or, trivially, perhaps you just weren't granted the necessary database privileges). Python delivers possibilities for efficient data parsing at a high level. The extensive standard library and many modules available for free on the Internet make it possible to work with data logic rather than dissecting bytes by hand.


pyconstruct »

by pvergain & 1 other
Construct is a python library for parsing and building of arbitrary data structures. It works by defining complex constructs using more primitive ones, in a hierarchy. This declarative structuring of components makes it very flexible and strong. It's the first library that makes parsing fun, instead of the usual headache it is today.

Apache Java parser API - javadoc

by chickenfire
The documentation of the Xerces-J API for java.

SimplePie: Super-fast, easy-to-use, RSS and Atom Parsing.

by ycc2106 & 21 others
SimplePie is a very fast and easy-to-use class, written in PHP, that puts the 'simple' back into 'really simple syndication'. Annotated link



by sledge
The essential, official compendium of useful sed one-liners. Organised into sections by usage, such as file spacing, line numbering, selective line removal/deletion and optimisation. Updated 10 April 1998.

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