htmlcxx 0.86-1.2 source package in Ubuntu

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htmlcxx (0.86-1.2) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Non-maintainer upload.
  * Add GCC 7 symbols (Closes: #871295).

 -- Stephen Kitt <email address hidden>  Wed, 16 Aug 2017 17:13:31 +0200

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Ludovico Cavedon on 2017-08-18
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Original maintainer:
Ludovico Cavedon
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libcss-parser-pp0v5: simple CSS1 parser library for C++

 htmlcxx is a simple non-validating CSS1 and HTML parser for C++. Although
 there are several other html parsers available, htmlcxx has some
 characteristics that make it unique:
 .
  * STL like navigation of DOM tree, using excellent tree.hh library from
    Kasper Peeters
  * It is possible to reproduce exactly, character by character, the original
    document from the parse tree
  * Bundled CSS parser
  * Optional parsing of attributes
  * C++ code that looks like C++ (not so true anymore)
  * Offsets of tags/elements in the original document are stored in the nodes
    of the DOM tree
 .
 The parsing politics of htmlcxx were created trying to mimic Mozilla Firefox
 (http://www.mozilla.org) behavior. So you should expect parse trees similar to
 those create by Firefox. However, differently from Firefox, htmlcxx does not
 insert non-existent stuff in your html. Therefore, serializing the DOM tree
 gives exactly the same bytes contained in the original HTML document.
 .
 This package contains the C++ runtime library for CSS parsing.

libcss-parser-pp0v5-dbgsym: Debug symbols for libcss-parser-pp0v5
libcss-parser0: simple CSS1 parser library for C

 htmlcxx is a simple non-validating CSS1 and HTML parser for C++. Although
 there are several other html parsers available, htmlcxx has some
 characteristics that make it unique:
 .
  * STL like navigation of DOM tree, using excellent tree.hh library from
    Kasper Peeters
  * It is possible to reproduce exactly, character by character, the original
    document from the parse tree
  * Bundled CSS parser
  * Optional parsing of attributes
  * C++ code that looks like C++ (not so true anymore)
  * Offsets of tags/elements in the original document are stored in the nodes
    of the DOM tree
 .
 The parsing politics of htmlcxx were created trying to mimic Mozilla Firefox
 (http://www.mozilla.org) behavior. So you should expect parse trees similar to
 those create by Firefox. However, differently from Firefox, htmlcxx does not
 insert non-existent stuff in your html. Therefore, serializing the DOM tree
 gives exactly the same bytes contained in the original HTML document.
 .
 This package contains the C runtime library for CSS parsing.

libcss-parser0-dbgsym: debug symbols for libcss-parser0
libhtmlcxx-dev: simple HTML/CSS1 parser library for C++ (development)

 htmlcxx is a simple non-validating CSS1 and HTML parser for C++. Although
 there are several other html parsers available, htmlcxx has some
 characteristics that make it unique:
 .
  * STL like navigation of DOM tree, using excellent tree.hh library from
    Kasper Peeters
  * It is possible to reproduce exactly, character by character, the original
    document from the parse tree
  * Bundled CSS parser
  * Optional parsing of attributes
  * C++ code that looks like C++ (not so true anymore)
  * Offsets of tags/elements in the original document are stored in the nodes
    of the DOM tree
 .
 The parsing politics of htmlcxx were created trying to mimic Mozilla Firefox
 (http://www.mozilla.org) behavior. So you should expect parse trees similar to
 those create by Firefox. However, differently from Firefox, htmlcxx does not
 insert non-existent stuff in your html. Therefore, serializing the DOM tree
 gives exactly the same bytes contained in the original HTML document.
 .
 This package contains files required for developing software that makes use of
 htmlcxx.

libhtmlcxx-dev-dbgsym: Debug symbols for libhtmlcxx-dev
libhtmlcxx3v5: simple HTML parser library for C++

 htmlcxx is a simple non-validating CSS1 and HTML parser for C++. Although
 there are several other html parsers available, htmlcxx has some
 characteristics that make it unique:
 .
  * STL like navigation of DOM tree, using excellent tree.hh library from
    Kasper Peeters
  * It is possible to reproduce exactly, character by character, the original
    document from the parse tree
  * Bundled CSS parser
  * Optional parsing of attributes
  * C++ code that looks like C++ (not so true anymore)
  * Offsets of tags/elements in the original document are stored in the nodes
    of the DOM tree
 .
 The parsing politics of htmlcxx were created trying to mimic Mozilla Firefox
 (http://www.mozilla.org) behavior. So you should expect parse trees similar to
 those create by Firefox. However, differently from Firefox, htmlcxx does not
 insert non-existent stuff in your html. Therefore, serializing the DOM tree
 gives exactly the same bytes contained in the original HTML document.

libhtmlcxx3v5-dbgsym: Debug symbols for libhtmlcxx3v5