Re: lex, yacc, and xml
Tim Bray wrote: > At 02:04 PM 22/12/97 -0600, Ward Harold wrote: > ><question name="why hand code parsers" class="potentially stupid"> > >Why is it that all of the XML parsers/processors I've seen appear to be > >hand coded rather than generated via lex/yacc or flex/bison? > > It could be done. At least one person I know is working on it. And > in fact Norbert Mikula's NXP uses, I believe, a lex/yacc-like-thingie > for Java. That's correct, NXP was created using JavaCC. NXP is currently being redesigned (overdue) to conform to 1.0. Please also have a look at : http://www.datachannel.com/pressroom/releases/Press32.htm -- Norbert H. Mikula Sr. Online Information Architect Norbert@D... DataChannel, 155 108th Avenue NE Ste 400, Bellevue, WA 98004 Phone: 425.462.1999 Fax: 425.637.1192 http://www.datachannel.com
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