SAX2: Should SAXException extend IOException?
david at megginson.com
Wed Dec 29 02:35:37 GMT 1999
twleung at sauria.com writes:
> What about a SAX driver that spits out events by walking a DOM?
> If the DOM was created programatically, it doesn't really seem like an
> IOException is the right thing to throw.
Well, you can get an IO exception by reading a character stream from a
String, for example, which is a closely parallel example; that said,
I'm still considering how radically different SAX2 should be.
All the best,
David Megginson david at megginson.com
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