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RE: adding addressing capabilities to the DOM

  • From: "Dave Pawson" <dave.pawson@v...>
  • To: <www-dom@w...>
  • Date: Sat, 22 Apr 2000 13:28:51 +0100

RE: adding addressing capabilities to the DOM

     Tyson Chihaya wrote:

     It seems to me that Joe is speaking more to the case where the DOM is
     completely in memory.  As someone who has implemented a DOM on top of a
     database, I have to agree with Francis here and say that
     providing a way to
     delegate responsibility for evaluating XPaths (or other types
     of queries in
     the future) into the implementation is vital.

I had a need for this, and was shown


Which puts xpath into James C's XT (with slight tweaks).
Don't know if it was common knowledge.

Regards, DaveP

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