A Proposal for Refactoring SAX

Miles Sabin msabin at cromwellmedia.co.uk
Wed May 26 16:31:51 BST 1999

Leigh Dodds wrote,
> Miles Sabin wrote,
> > Incidently, I'm quite keen on the DOM parser stuff.
> > That'd ease some of the problems that the DOMs
> > current lack of a portable way of creating Documents
> > causes.
> While we're at it, why not add some additional DOM 
> utilities, like writing out a DOM to disk, etc.

I think we should hold off on that until DOM level 2
gets a little closer to completion. In any case I don't
think that org.xml.*parser*.dom ought to be polluted
with non-parsing functionality.

That said, it does look like we have a nice convenient 
space under org.xml.dom to put Java specific DOM 
extensions and utilities.



Miles Sabin                          Cromwell Media
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