SAX/C++: First interface draft

Larry Watanabe LWatanab at
Thu Dec 2 21:56:03 GMT 1999

	I would suggest making the String class external, with a
well-defined minimal interface. Then the user could implement the interface
in their own string classes, typedef the String (or DOMString or whatever)
as their class, and compile it together. 

	This would allow an application to use its own String
implementation, which would save the trouble of a lot of conversions. 

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	David Megginson [SMTP:david at]
> Sent:	Thursday, December 02, 1999 4:40 PM
> To:	XMLDev list
> Subject:	SAX/C++: First interface draft
> I have just drafted this interface, and haven't even run it through a
> C++ compiler yet.  For clarity, I've omitted constructors and
> destructors, as well as most of what will be inline implementations.
> Notes: I haven't looked at other C++ efforts yet, but I will try to do
> so now.  Eventually, this should be in a special C++ namespace.

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