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Re: Re: Divorcing Data Model and Syntax: was Re: her

Re:  Re: Divorcing Data Model and Syntax: was Re:  her
Hi John,

>> That's an implementation issue. The LMNL data model is an abstract
>> description of a way of looking at textual documents. That abstract
>> description is realised in the LOM (an API that is designed to work
>> with in-memory representations of the data model), but also in SAL
>> (an event-based API).
> BTW, I want to urge you to give equal rights to push-based and
> pull-based LMNL event APIs.

Can you expand on that? I must admit that I remain ignorant of
pull-based XML event APIs. Is there are a good one around that we can



Jeni Tennison

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