C++ SAX Parser objects and a push InputSource
sb at metis.no
Fri Oct 22 11:05:56 BST 1999
>>>>> Steinar Bang <sb at metis.no>:
>> Is there support within SAX (the Java one) for a request/response
>> model, similar to the one used by libwww, where a file is requested,
>> and the data is pushed onto a "stream" object as they arrive?
Ah! Requesting an HTTP URI, and getting the result back as a stream
you can read from, is built-in functionality in Java it looks like.
Presumably you would delegate a thread to listen to the connection,
and wake the thread every time it has data...?
Since no such standard functionality exists in C++, I still think the
best option is to have Parser derive from ostream, that an
request/response mechanism can use.
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