lex, yacc, and xml

Henry S. Thompson ht at cogsci.ed.ac.uk
Wed Dec 24 12:59:16 GMT 1997

Ward Harold <wharold at tivoli.com> asked about lex/yacc for XML

The currently available LT XML release (http://www.ltg.ed.ac.uk/software/xml/) 
uses a lex/yacc parser.  The division of labour is not completely
comfortable, particularly in the area of the handling of parameter
entities, but on balance the architecture is pretty clean.  Sources are
included in the distribution.  We've re-written by hand for efficiency
reasons for the new release which will appear shortly.

Henry S. Thompson, Human Communication Research Centre, University of Edinburgh
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