The eXtensible Markup Language is ``an equivalent of S-expressions for people who are afraid of parentheses''.

Related pages

    • CLOCC comes with an XML parser in CLOCC/CLLIB/xml.lisp
    • Common Lisp binding for DOM here.
    • The Wilbur RDF toolkit (Sourceforge page) in Common Lisp is available ... though it's worth noting that Wilbur is an RDF toolkit, not an XML toolkit -- it just happens that it can read RDF/XML, an XML serialisation of RDF.

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    See also: Other Lisp Markup Languages