nestable C/C++ XML parser?
Toby.Speight at streapadair.freeserve.co.uk
Tue Dec 7 17:25:35 GMT 1999
Lars> Lars Marius Garshol <URL:mailto:larsga at garshol.priv.no>
0> In article <m37liqad77.fsf at ifi.uio.no>, Lars wrote:
Lars> The only application I see for this sort of thing is to be able
Lars> to work around XML syntax rules,
I see a demand for parsing a document with SAX, but using some
start-tags to switch to building DOM (or DOM-like) objects, returning
to stream-oriented processing afterwards. Perhaps you have a large
"set" or "list", and you know that the members of that collection can
be processed independently - why waste memory on a complete DOM for
Lars> but once you do that your document is no longer an XML document
Lars> and you shouldn't pretend that it is, not even to yourself.
This bit I agree with.
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