Registered 2010-11-15 by Rob Kendrick

Hubbub is an HTML5 compliant parsing library, written in C. It was developed as part of the NetSurf project and is available for use by other software under the MIT licence. The HTML5 specification defines a parsing algorithm, based on the behaviour of mainstream browsers, which provides instructions for how to parse all markup, both valid and invalid. As a result, Hubbub parses web content well.

This is an import into bzr and Launchpad from the official project's Subversion repository.
Features:
 * Parses HTML, good and bad
 * Simple C API
 * Fast
 * Character encoding detection
 * Well-tested (~90% test coverage)
 * Portable
 * Shared library
Future features:
 * Well-documented
 * Available and packaged in major Linux distributions

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Maintainer:
Rob Kendrick
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Licence:
MIT / X / Expat Licence

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