SAXPP / fragment processing

Stefan Haustein stefan.haustein at
Fri Dec 24 02:09:52 GMT 1999

Paul Miller wrote:
> > > written a C version; I'm stuggling with defining interfaces
> > > for a Java version.
> > Ups, meanwhile I have the thing working... Maybe we can harmonize the
> > interfaces, you'll find my suggestion
> >
> My design is somewhat different. You can see how it works in the list
> archives (or check out the sample C++ code at
> Basically you register interest in certain
> elements, and can specify a callback for each, where you can then
> register new handlers for the sub-elements at that scope, and so on. You
> can also register element handlers for intrinsic types (such as ints,
> lists, booleans, strings, floats, etc) where it just plugs the

So if I understand you right your parser is still a (more elaborated)
push parser. 
My intension was to build something that is more similar to a java
reader. Something I
can hand over to another part of the program, reading its part, and
after that
the main program continues pulling the events left. 

best regards


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