SAX: Error Reporting (question 4 of 10)
papresco at technologist.com
Mon Jan 5 12:03:57 GMT 1998
David Megginson wrote:
> Paul Prescod writes:
> > I would prefer a getCurrentLocation() method that can be called
> > anywhere.
> I had considered adding something like that to XmlParser, but am not
> certain if the complexity is worth it -- if we allow it, then we might
> want to pass the current parser as an argument to each callback.
I would say: let the application cache it.
Art is always at peril in universities, where there are so many people,
young and old, who love art less than argument, and dote upon a text
that provides the nutritious pemmican on which scholars love to chew.
-- Robertson Davies in "The Cunning Man"
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