Re: XML's Scylla and Charybdis - parse and regexp
At 04:18 PM 4/1/2003 +0100, Miles Sabin wrote: >FWIW, I once put together a (somewhat over-elaborate) SAX-style API >which allowed for faithful lexical round-tripping as well as supporting >layering of SAX/DOM/Infoset/XPath APIs above it. Is faithful lexical round-tripping an important goal? If so, why? If the Information Set says that there is no distinction between <foo "a"/> and <foo 'a'/>, why should I work hard to preserve the distinction? Jonathan
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