SAX output logger

Anthony B. Coates tony at
Mon May 25 11:08:34 BST 1998

Apologies to anyone who doesn't like cross-posts.  This is going to both
"xml-litprog-l" and "xml-dev" as it applies to both.

There is a new "xml-litprog-l" Web page on encoding literate documents at


which contains links to an event log produced while parsing a simple XML file:


This was done just so that I knew what was happening, but I mention it in case
it is useful for anyone else.  The Java code I used is available as


I don't intended to post "xml-litprog-l" announcements to "xml-dev".  This one
is an exception because it contains links to (albeit trivial) code that might be
more generally useful than for the readership of "xml-litprog-l" alone.


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