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comment What are the most common “normal” HTML errors?
By saying "complete engine" I mean Javascript interpreter core, css interpreter, renderer... Stuff like that. As for your comment on how to handle non-compliant markup - that could well be my original question, if I were to think a while instead of posting question right away :) oh, and by saying "none available" I mean there are no good (read - resilient) free parsers in C++. Yes, I'm quite a dreamer...
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comment What are the most common “normal” HTML errors?
Thank you for your detailed response. Unfortunately, I really need to write a parser that's able to analyze any page from the Web. Why? It seems like there are NONE available, except for monstrous WebKit and Gecko, of which I can't make heads or tails (and those are not parsers but complete engines). Thank you for your idea of using the test suit, I really didn't think of it.
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comment What are the most common “normal” HTML errors?
OK, so it is normal. That's one question answered. I'm searching for extreme cases of "normal" invalidity. Perhaps, some kinds of errors that only recently received support in modern browsers? And another question: which are the most common errors, which errors should any parser definitely support and ignore/correct?
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