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Re: Parser question...

  • From: Marcus Carr <mrc@a...>
  • To: xml-dev@i...
  • Date: Thu, 16 Jul 1998 09:17:06 +1000

Re: Parser question...
Kim Covil wrote:

> We are reasonably happy with the way this works although a touch
> more speed would be helpful as the views the scripts create are
> created on the fly... I have been wondering whether there are any
> tools out there that will 'cache' the parsing of a DTD... As all
> our resources use the same DTD, each time a view is created the
> xml file is parsed... the DTD is referenced... the DTD is parsed
> and then the xml is validated...

This may not fit with the rest of your suite of tools, but for the record,
OmniMark will allow what you describe. A common complaint in the past was the
fact that invocation of the application and recognition of the DTD often took
longer than processing the data - this has been addressed by allowing any number
of DTDs to be read in, then any number of instances to be processed by a
continually running application.


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