I am using GNU Emacs on MSwindows XP & MSWindows 7, and this functions exists. 
FYI html-to-texi converter project on GNA! uses this function.
Anyhow, using an XML-like markup was just an example from the top of my head. 
Letting the user provide some Lisp sexp may be a better solution (except that 
writting backslashes in a Lisp expression is a bit more tedious).


> From: m...@gnu.org
> Date: Wed, 2 Dec 2015 11:11:22 +0100
> Subject: Re: [AUCTeX] AUCTeX support in lettre
> To: vincent....@hotmail.fr
> CC: e...@ericabrahamsen.net; bbdb-info@lists.sourceforge.net; auc...@gnu.org
> Hi Vincent,
> 2015-12-01 0:30 GMT+01:00 Vincent Belaïche <vincent....@hotmail.fr>:
>> This would be easilly analysed with some expression like
>> (with-temp-buffer
>> (insert "<body>" formatter-string "</body>")
>> (xml-parse-region (point-min) (point-max)))
> I'm interested in this: `xml-parse-region' requires Emacs to be
> compiled with libxml2 in order to work. Do you think it's common? I
> use Emacs provided by Debian and it works, but I don't know which is
> the situation for other distros or the standard binaries for other
> operating systems.
> Bye,
> Mosè
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