--- Gordon Weakliem <gweakliem@...> wrote:
> So this was standalone?
Yeah. It was part of a little library I developed
around the same time I wrote the schemathics stuff. I
had to create and chew over large quantities of
> Would it be a problem if I updated it to be v206
> compatible and checked that in?
Of course not. The code is quite hokey. These days
I'd probably use the parser-tools to write a simple
parser for csv data.
BTW the code in src/libs/html/link.ss contains a
parser for extracting all links from a web page. It
works directly on an input port. It should be a bit
faster than the htmlprag / match route mentioned in
Another alternative to the cookbook recipe is to use
sxpath. I'm pretty bad at writing sxpath expressions
but I'm sure one could be written to extract all a
tags with hrefs.
Guess I should put these into the cookbook!
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