nestable C/C++ XML parser?
richard at cogsci.ed.ac.uk
Tue Dec 7 22:49:39 GMT 1999
> | 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.
As Lars pointed out, it seems like the original poster wanted
something else. But if this *is* what you want, LT XML provides it -
after reading a start tag you can call a function that "fills in" the
tree starting there.
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