Request for Discussion: SAX 1.0 in C++
Thomas B. Passin
tpassin at idsonline.com
Sun Dec 5 01:29:51 GMT 1999
From: <uche.ogbuji at fourthought.com>
> > > What in SAX2 is most urgently needed for DOM and XSLT? I know that
> > > DOM level one *can* support some things that SAX doesn't report (such
> > > as comments and CDATA section boundaries), but there is nothing in DOM
> > > level one that says those have to be included, and I've heard of
> > > relatively few real-world applications that need that information.
> > How about focusing on SAX/2, and making the first C/C++ SAX interface
> > actually SAX 2 so we kill two birds with one stone ?
> This to me seems the most sensible approach. Especially when SAX2 has had
> much discussion and is potentially so close to completion. The C++/SAX
> discussion is just starting and could go on for months. It might as well
> built around an up-to-date standard.
> Uche Ogbuji
I'd second this, with the thought that most of the effort would concentrate
on finishing the SAX2 interface itself before spending the potential
"months" on the C++/SAX implementation.
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