Don Park donpark at quake.net
Mon Feb 8 21:35:09 GMT 1999

>I could do:
>     SAX -> DOM -> SAX'   Where Events(SAX') = Events(SAX)
>and  DOM -> SAX -> DOM'   Where State(DOM') = State(DOM)

Actually most of this can already be done.  Docuverse DOM SDK comes with
both SAXReader and SAXWriter where SAXReader handles SAX -> DOM and
SAXWriter handles DOM -> SAX.  I believe IBM also has something similar in
their XML utility kit.


Don Park

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