More SAX Parsers and Applications?
tyler at infinet.com
Wed Sep 9 02:48:49 BST 1998
Don Park wrote:
> It might be a Good Thing (tm by Tyler) to setup a SAX Service Directory
Hehe... I suppose all you would really need here is to have a web server that
indexes the JAR files (or other binary container format for other languages) of
> Server. This way, any SAX client can find the latest and the greatest SAX
> parser over the Net.
Another idea that has come to mind is moving the SAX directory structure from:
Things like standard output APIs may have some claim to being put in a standard
namespace like org.xml.sax For the sake of flexibility, perhaps moving SAX to a
sub-package may be best in the long run. SAX stands for Simple API for XML.
Right now this seems to only apply for parsers, but I think the next step may be
for formatters to be standardized as well.
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