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VXML Parser on Solaris


hello all ,

well ..i'm working on Sun Sparc ( solaris 2.6 ) ..

i'm supposed to use GNU C++ compiler .

my requirement is to establish a HTTP connection with the web server and get VXML file and parse that file and create objects for all elements .

is there anything existing to do this ..

any pointers willl be helpful ..

regards ,
aggarwal
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jlevieCommented:
If there is I sure can't find it. There's lots of stuff on the spec, but I can't find any code or code fragments.
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AggarwalAuthor Commented:
in that case ,Any suggestions Sir ..

well ..something regarding creating HTTP session and downloading somefile.vxml and for PARSING ..any suggestions ..or some related sites !!!

thanks and regards ,
aggarwal
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jlevieCommented:
One good place to look for how to create an HTTP session and retrieve a page(s) would be wget (ftp://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/wget/). There are probably simpler codes out there, but wget is very complete in its handling of web sites.

As to the parser... I suspect that you'll just have to get the specification and some sample pages and design your own.
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AggarwalAuthor Commented:
thanks a lot !!!!

would u mind me contacting afterwards , in case i need some more help !!!

please post answer to get the points.
thanks once again !!

regards ,
aggarwal
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jlevieCommented:
One good place to look for how to create an HTTP session and retrieve a page(s) would be wget (ftp://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/wget/). There are probably simpler codes out there, but wget is very complete in its handling of web sites.

As to the parser... I suspect that you'll just have to get the specification and some sample pages and design your own.
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