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Re: Entity declarations and non-validating parsers

Re:  Entity declarations and non-validating parsers

> > Interesting. Looking at the spec, I only see one such validity
> > constraint that would seem to apply:
> >
> > Validity constraint: Entity Declared
> AElfred2 was written originally by David Megginson and rewritten by David
> Brownell-- so it is probably the best/reference implementation of SAX in the
> wild (or not so wild as the case may be). As I recall, against the XML test
> collections (now housed at the W3C?) of the primary tests only one VC was
> not passed by AElfred2.


the claim I made (based on user feedback for Expat) was that validation
*on top of SAX* is a problem, not validation within a SAX parser.



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