WARNING: if your application is multithreaded or has plugin support calling this may crash the application if another thread or a plugin is still using libxml2.
It's sometimes very hard to guess if libxml2 is in use in the application, some libraries or plugins may use it without notice.
In case of doubt abstain from calling this function or do it just before calling exit() to avoid leak reports from valgrind !
Newer versions generally contain fewer bugs and are therefore recommended.
XML Schema support is also still worked on in libxml2, so newer versions will give you better compliance with the W3C spec.
If @buffer and @size are non-NULL, the data is used to detect the encoding.
The remaining characters will be parsed so they don't need to be fed in again through xml Parse Chunk.
Like when one clicks a particular node it will give all the sub nodes rather than loading all the nodes at the same time.
But in the case of DOM parsing it will load all the nodes and make the tree model. Please correct me If I am wrong or explain to me event-based and tree model in a simpler manner. Using a SAX parser implies you need to handle these events and make sense of the data returned with each event.If you fail to build lxml on your MS Windows system from the signed and tested sources that we release, consider using the binary builds from Py PI or the unofficial Windows binaries that Christoph Gohlke generously provides.will manage to build the source distribution as long as libxml2 and libxslt are properly installed, including development packages, i.e. See the requirements section above and use your system package management tool to look for packages like in the source tree).Neko HTML is a simple HTML scanner and tag balancer that enables application programmers to parse HTML documents and access the information using standard XML interfaces.The parser can scan HTML files and \"fix up\" many common mistakes that human (and computer) authors make in writing HTML documents.Tag Soup is a SAX-compliant parser written in Java that, instead of parsing well-formed or valid XML, parses HTML as it is found in the wild: nasty and brutish, though quite often far from short.