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Re: SAXPP / fragment processing

  • From: "Clark C. Evans" <clark.evans@m...>
  • To: Stefan Haustein <stefan.haustein@t...>
  • Date: Thu, 23 Dec 1999 18:07:04 -0500 (EST)

fragment processing
On Thu, 23 Dec 1999, Stefan Haustein wrote:
> does anybody know about an implementation of a pulling parser on top of
> SAX? A pulling parser seems better suitable if interpretation of a
> document is distributed over several different fragment processing
> entities. The pulling parser could just be handed over from one part to
> another and back...

Were busy working on one on the SML list.  Paul Miller has
written a C version; I'm stuggling with defining interfaces
for a Java version.


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