htmlcxx is a simple non-validating CSS1 and HTML parser for C++. The parsing politics attempt to mimic the behavior of Mozilla Firefox, so you should expect parse trees similar to those created by Firefox. However, it does not insert nonexistent stuff in your HTML. Therefore, serializing the DOM tree gives exactly the same output as the original HTML document. Another key feature is an STL-like tree navigation API provided by the tree.hh template library.
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Release Notes: This release fixes gcc 4.3 compiler errors and several minor bugs. It has improved distribution of the CSS library.
Release Notes: Compilation problems with mingw were fixed. pkg-config support was added. Other small issues were fixed.
Release Notes: Compilation fixes for gcc 4.3.
Release Notes: A small bugfix was made for gcc 4.
Release Notes: This is a maintenance release. It adds missing visual studio project files, adds a spec file for creating RPMs, and incorporates some pending fixes.