rja at arpsolutions.demon.co.uk
Thu Dec 23 13:46:49 GMT 1999
> > > We could still have the callbacks throw SAXException, if that's what
> > > people prefer.
> > Yes Please. Exception really dont work well in VB and several other
> > langauges.
> I'm not quite sure I understand -- if exceptions don't work well in a
> language, then neither a general IOException nor a specific
> SAXException would be appropriate.
Provided we just have a class that represents an exception, which is passed
via a callback and doesnt depend on the usual java/C++ throw() mechanisms
I'll be happy.
Also, if we dont derive any of the SAX interfaces from anything that isnt
available in all langauges, I'll be even happlier.
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