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Is there a CSS parser for C#? [closed]

Posted by: admin November 30, 2017 Leave a comment

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My program need to parse css files into an in-memory object format. Any advice on how this should be done ?

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ExCSS (supports CSS2.1 and CSS3) on GitHub: https://github.com/TylerBrinks/ExCSS.

Which is a newer version of the code project article: http://www.codeproject.com/KB/recipes/CSSParser.aspx

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And a slightly slower search turns up the blog post “CSS parser class in .NET” which embeds this gist on GitHub (in case the blog ever dies).

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There is a CSS grammar file for GoldParser:

http://goldparser.org/grammars/files/css.zip

GoldParser is easy to include in a C# project, and generates an real LALR parser – not some regex hack.

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Have you tried the one featured in JsonFx? It’s written in C#, parses CSS3 syntax and is distributed under a MIT style license.

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I wrote one, using the grammar specified in the CSS 2.1 spec. I have also released it now: for details, see http://www.modeltext.com/css/

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Here you can find another one especially for C# with sample source.