> Then override onBrowserEvent()Yes, I could change it. You mean overriding the onBrowserEvent() of the parent of the anchor element I suppose?I would have to dig a bit deeper to see if it would cover all my requirements, but sure a good idea. I remember doing this in the past but without overriding the onBrowser event which didn't work well..
Yeah the parent panel should do that.
> I would parse it using GWT xml parserBut how can I use the gwt xml parser to specify the opening/closing tags as they are different then the xml tags ([, ] vs <, >)..
Oh right. You have to replace them with <> and probably fix attributes (wrap values with quotes).
If you still want to write a parser then maybe take a look at JavaCC 6.1.0+ which has a "modern" output style which is compatible to GWT.
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