Marko Kocic wrote:
> Is there some lisp library which will allow to parse arbitrary (not
> always well formed) HTML using the equivalent of basic CSS selectors?
I know of two.
Russ Tyndal has the very nice css-selectors, which is quite handily in
Quicklisp. And there's my own "Oh, Ducks!", which integrates with
cl-unification. You'll almost certainly want the former.
Regardless, as other people have mentioned you'll want to familiarize yourself
with cxml and closure-html, because both of the aforementioned libraries utilize
I'm pretty sure you'll have to put it all together to build the thing you're
after, though. There are some templaty things pre-existing (talcl, among
others), but I'm not aware of anything like enlive.