tdom is an expat parser object extension to create an in-memory DOM tree from the input while parsing.
package require tdom set parser [expat] tdom $parser enable
tdom adds the C handler set "tdom" to an tcl expat parser obj. This handler set builds an in-memory DOM tree out of the input, parsed by the parser. A DOM tree created this way behave exactly like a DOM tree created by the "dom" command (see there). In fact, tdom is only another interface to the same functionality; it uses the code behind the dom code for building the DOM tree.
Adds the tdom C handler set to a Tcl expat parser object. Next time, the parser parses input, the tdom C handler functions create an in-memory DOM tree.
Returns the DOM tree as domDoc (see there) object.
See the method setResultEncoding of the dom command.
See the method setStoreLineColumn of the dom command.
Removes the tdom C handler set from the parser object.
See the option -keepEmpties of the dom command.