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Has anyone heard of an XML parser for SKILL?
Could you have meant "XML parser written in SKILL"?If so, googling with keywords "xml parser" && "lisp" yielded some hits on open-source Lisp-based XML parsers. Since SKILL is itself Lisp-based perhaps one of these could be massaged into what you want.Good Hunting,Chris Walterslocal Cadence guru()PS - anyone know of a position for a(nother) Cadence guru?
Yeah, my next step is writing my own. I was just hoping that I wouldn't have to :)Thanks, Chris.
Hi George,Intersting topic. I have done some work with XML in Skill. Specifically using xml and fop to create pdf documentation from xml data.I have an Allegro 16.0 beta copy where I see that tech files are now in XML format. This mean I will also need a parser as I use tech files in my Array utility. Let us know how you get on.Cheers, Dave
That's what I need the parser for :)Figured that if I used a standard parser I would be ready for whatever else got changed to XML, too. I was hoping somebody in the know would include the internal parser they must already be using to manipulate the tech files in the cns SKILL stuff. How about it, Frank? :)
In reply to archive:
Well, I have finished the XML parser. I have attached it here, along with a PDF map so y'all can find what you are looking for in the hash (association) table.
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Can i use xml parser in skill to parse tech file?
By the way,I can not find the attached file
admin Well, I have finished the XML parser. I have attached it here, along with a PDF map so y'all can find what you are looking for in the hash (association) table.
In reply to BingSun:
I've been looking all over for this XML pariser without any luck.
I hope someone has it and are willing to share it, thanks.
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In reply to eDave:
Great, thanks for this. I'll see if I can make use of it although its going to be used for something that's not generated by Allegro.
Have a great day